The Client: Iowa Historical Society
The Project: Making Art Public
The Job: Printing and installing graphics that would provide the museumâ€™s patrons the opportunity to experience the beauty and history of public art in Iowa.
The Ingredients: Vinyl wall coverings, photographs, artwork labels, timelines and cut vinyl text.
The Process: From freshly painted walls to finished product, Beeline and Blueâ€™s production team, along with our professional installer, took only a week to get the exhibit put together.
The Result: One very happy customer!
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A long time ago in a city not that far, far awayâ€¦
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The owners of the Star Wars Raptor, Trey and Nancy Laymon, built their dream truck in Oskaloosa, Iowa.
The vision for the Star Wars truck started in 2009, when the Ford F-150 Raptor was first introduced. The Force was strong with this line of tough & sporty pickup, and once the Laymons ordered their dream truck, they began envisioning prototypes of the images for the vehicle. Nancy suggested putting Han Solo in Carbonite in the truck bed, and Trey started on the artwork.
The Darth Vader pictured on the hood and the driver's side is Trey in his costume, photographed by Nancy. Featured on the passenger's side is their friend, and fellow 501st Trooper, Chris Andrews. The mural on the back of the vehicle was created by SimonZ. Graphics were printed and meticulously installed on the truck by Beeline and Blue in Des Moines, Iowa . . . .