Looking for ways to boost branding and increase your off-premise advertising returns? Vehicle graphics are the most cost-effective option on the market—and our team makes it easy to get started.
Read on to learn more about the local branding power of bold and simple vehicle graphics, or call (410)-877-6011 to speak directly with our vehicle graphics specialists in Baltimore, MD.
Complex vehicle graphics—those with multiple visual elements, fonts, and lines of text—have their place, but when it comes to mobile branding, research suggests that simple is the ultimate sophistication.
In a 2020 study by the Interdisciplinary Journal of Signage and Wayfinding, researchers determined that:
If you’re looking to take advantage of the science of simplicity for better branding, our vehicle graphics team can help you get great results.
But don’t take our word for it—there are plenty of finished vehicle graphics to be found on our online gallery, and our 5-star Google reviews speak for themselves.
For example, check out this order we recently completed for the team over at Tim’s Automotive Parkville in Maryland. This simple and bold design takes a no-nonsense approach, getting Tim’s down-to-earth brand character across right away, and generating thousands of daily impressions with its high-contrast coloration. Best of all, since we only use premium vinyl for our vehicle graphics, the client can rest easy, knowing their branding will hold up to a hard day’s work.
Baltimore Signs and Graphics is a leading provider of vehicle graphics for business branding throughout Baltimore and all the surrounding communities, including:
Not a business owner? Not a problem! We’re happy to design and produce vehicle graphics for parties, parades, or any other private buyers looking to express themselves on the road.
We had a blast creating these patriotic vehicle graphics for a local parade last year.
To book a consultation and get a free quote on your custom vehicle graphic order, you can:
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