Brands have traditionally regarded transit advertising as a way to expand the reach and frequency of ad messages. Ad graphics on buses, trains, bus shelters and street furniture enable brands to reach crowds of people in city centers as well as targeted groups of people in neighborhoods where billboards aren’t permitted.
A long-time provider of 3D props and sign elements, Media Resources used its Massivit 1800 large-format 3D printer to print the 3-ft. tall bottles for this job. The bottles and caps were hard-coated, primed and airbrush painted. The six-pack box was made from one-half-inch styrene with aluminum angle supports. Street Media Group wrapped the entire bus shelter in red vinyl and installed the topper and ad graphics printed by Circle Graphics on three interior panels and the full back of the shelter.
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