05 Mar 5 Branded Car Wraps You’ll Chuckle At
In the never-ending struggle to get your business to stand out from the crowd, more permanent, portable branding solutions like car wraps are becoming increasingly popular. When designed well and applied perfectly, branded car wraps are extremely effective branding and marketing solutions. These 5 companies, however, may or may not have thought their choices through entirely! Take a look at these 5 branded car wraps that you’ll have a good chuckle at.
We’ll start with a good one: Grass wrap for a sodding company!
We think Niko’s Gardening Inc hit the nail on the head with this car wrap. The grassy covering sends a clear message about what they do. Potential clients couldn’t possibly misconstrue the message, and they will be itching to tell their friends about that novel van they saw on the road!
Subliminal messaging this brand definitely doesn’t want to be sending
Starbucks kept it simple with this branded wrap, covering the van in their colours, logo and name. Something tells me, though, that they didn’t quite test it out before sending it on it’s way!
Sucks? Not quite the desired effect one seeks in a cup of coffee!
This tyre company doesn’t seem very motivated!
The full slogan for Les Schwab Tire Centre is, “If we can’t guarantee it, we won’t sell it.” A pretty great customer satisfaction affirmation if you ask me. But when the door is opened, the message changes slightly…
We don’t even want to know what the original car wrap says; this branding is freaky
Practice might make perfect, and persistence is key in all that one does. However, the line might need to be drawn when it comes to murder! Whatever the initial branding on this car wrap was, it might be wise to slowly back away once the door is open!
One small change and the design is… Different
To round out our 5 funny branded car wraps, we give you a variation of the door-open fail of the last few examples. In this instance, the branded car wrap doesn’t quite account for the windows being rolled down. Take a look; you just might spot the problem…