Weekly Wrap Up #070 13/03/20

Welcome to this week’s Weekly Wrap Up. Here is a small selection of what we’ve been up to.

Vehicle Wrap


We have branded two Mercedes commercial vehicles for Orbital Foods this week The Vito came to Coastline with silver paintwork and we wrapped the rear end in metallic 3M Gloss Steel Blue then applied cut vinyl logos and contact details. The Dropside Sprinter arrived at Coastline as a white vehicle. We fully wrapped the cab in metallic 3M Silver vinyl before giving it the same treatment as the Vito.

Chapter 8 Chevrons

Marshalls Motor Group

Marshall Motor Group asked us to produce and fit some Chapter8 chevron kits and tape to a fleet of Ford Couriers. Our chevrons are available in different grades which are based on the visual intensity of the red material. The fluorescent yellow is a standard non-reflective material and great for day time viewing. The different grades are chosen to suit what your vehicle will be used for and are all produced to comply to with the Chapter8 regulations.

Vehicle Wrap


Long standing Coastline customer, Portico, asked us to design a wrap for a new VW Caddy which would be slightly different to all the others in the fleet. Their brief to us was to keep the same Portico swirl design but make it a lot more subtle. To achieve this we removed all the red from the swirl design and changed the tones of the grey to work with the van’s paintwork. We printed the design onto clear wrap vinyl, making the design even more subtle. We also completed one of their standard designs on a Renault Trafic.

Menu Covers

The Ferry Cafe

The Ferry Cafe, asked us to design and print some new menu covers for them. This project was just as much about solving a problem as the final product. We would normally use our digital printer however we needed to use a heavier weight stock and they were also too large. So, we used our SwissQ flatbed printer. Printed the design onto 450gsm uncoated paper, then used a matt lamination to give the covers a better durability. These menu covers had a triple fold on the long edge to create a spine, making them easier to use.

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