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Vinyl Vehicle Wraps are a great way to promote your brand and keep you mobile.  When our friends at the City of Torrance asked for help, we jumped at the opportunity to get our large format printing going for them.

Our large format printing with its vinyl capabilities is an excellent way to keep your branding visible and on-the-move with vehicle wraps.  We love taking our print capabilities to the largest scale possible, whether it be a fleet of large delivery vehicles, or your single car to promote your business.

It all starts with the same attention to detail and crisp, vivid color in our large format printers.  The vinyl material can be used on practically any surface and any vehicle.  We are trained in mocking up whatever surfaces you need covered, and we can get it installed with no trouble.

This particular project was done for the City of Torrance’s Homeless Outreach Programs.  They are doing great work in assisting our residents in their greatest times of need.  Their new vehicle is bright, welcoming, and clearly helps identify their role in the community.

The project was printed on 3M IJ180-CV3-PSV Conformable Hi-Tack/Removable 3mil with Luster Lamination. The Window Wrap was printed on Window Perf 70/30 also with Luster Lamination providing the shimmer effect while not being too much.

Details & Specifications


City of Torrance – Homeless Services


3M IJ180-CV3-PSV Conformable Hi-Tack/Removable 3mil


Latex Inks via Large Format Printer


Custom Zund cuts to match precise body molding features of automobile.  All films finished with a Luster Lamination to provide extra sheen and attention grabbing effects.


Project Manager: Cristian Salgado

Sales Rep & Contact: Masoud Nikravan

How can we help you realize your vision?

Big Displays, large volume print, or even something more challenging.  Contact us with some info, and we would love to help!

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Masoud Nikravan

Masoud was born in Iran to a German mother and Iranian father. He began his career as a commercial airline pilot during the glamorous “Catch Me If You Can” days of the airline industry. After moving to the United States, he learned about printing from the ground up by taking an entry level job at a small mom and pop print shop and learning how to do every position. Since then, he started his own company and has grown it so that he can provide clients a full array of printing services including wide format, offset, digital, die cutting, etc.