Palladium Signs stirs up interest in a new haunted house with a spooky wrap.
Ever since his shop crafted 10 x 16-foot mesh dragon wings for the Nashville Nightmare haunted house, Palladium Signs owner Justin Schmidt had been pestering his customer to let him rewrap a number of ancient hearses that were sitting around the property. He finally got his wish when the haunted attraction owner invested in a new location, Nashville Haunted Woods at Priest Lake. The client turned to Palladium to rebrand a hearse with graphics promoting the new location; it’s currently parked at the entrance of a nearby waterpark to stir up anticipation for the fall opening.
Creative Director and Production Manager Monica MacGeen says removing the old wrap and prepping the vehicle for new graphics was no easy feat: “We kind of turned into a mini body shop for that project.” The new wrap was imaged on an HP Latex 365 onto Avery Dennison MPI 1105 and laminated with DOL 1360Z.