I own a 2015 BMW i3 and i'm looking to do a wrap with it.
I've been told by a local wrap company (who would print and install it) that i could save some money by doing a partial wrap vs a full wrap, so, i'm not clear yet on which one i should do. i think the wisdom here is to ask you to design as if its a full wrap and go from there.
A little context you can use for your design:
WHY WE ARE CALLED THE GREENHOUSE GROUP
We are called the greenhouse group because we focus on first time home buyers, first time home sellers, and people who want to live more GREEN (eco minded with their homes). Green works for the first-time element because they are "green" to the real estate game. But green also works becuase we educate our clients on: energy efficiency, water efficiency, indoor air quality, reduced/recycled/reused materials, optimize their "green effectiveness quotient, and smart home technology. those are the 6 tenets of green lifestyle as it pertains to real estate.
The whole reason i bought this all electric car was so it could be brand congruent with that but this sometimes silly looking little car can't talk ... so this will have to do the lifting for both of us ;)
The car is a white color with black and light blue accents.
our brand's colors are lighter green, darker green, a light grey and white.
CAR WRAPS ARE FUNNY
i would like to have a good sense of humor about this becuase i think car wrapping is kind of funny, but, at the same time, humor might be too hard to pull off on a car wrap so it might be dangerous to attempt and not wise (also becuase my business is real estate .. not the funniest of topics and people tend to want to be serious about). i just dont take myself too seriously and a crap wrap can be kind of serious, so, my inclination is to make a joke about it even if it comes at my own expense.
The goal here is to utilitize the car as a moving billboard. A way to have a conversation with people to send across the most important message we can share, together, without saying a word, for the 5 seconds they look at it during their day. Thats obvious. The less obvious is to pull all that off while being cool to look at, creative so people appreciate that you took their attention from them for that 5 seconds, and that it might make people curious enough to take an action we suggest on the wrap to contact us or get to know more about what the hell we're trying to say, what its all about and why that would be important to them in relationship to their next home purchase or home sale.