First Hill Street Car

The city of Seattle envisioned a vibrant vinyl wrap for their iconic First Hill street car. ????????????


Seattle, WA


Jan 2023


Vinyl Wrap, Window Graphics, Text Decals

Smell the flowers 🌸

The city of Seattle, known for its artistic energy, sought to breathe new life into its iconic First Hill streetcar. They envisioned a vibrant vinyl wrap that would not only enhance the streetcar’s appearance but also encapsulate the essence of the neighborhoods it traverses. SuperGraphics was the natural choice to bring this vision to life.

The project aimed to create a captivating wrap that would serve as a moving canvas, reflecting the city’s dynamic personality. Seattle’s unique neighborhoods, each with its own character and charm, were to be artistically represented on the streetcar’s exterior.

Collaboration between the city and SuperGraphics was the cornerstone of this transformation. The design process involved meticulous attention to detail, ensuring that every element captured the spirit of the neighborhoods, including Little Saigon, Japantown, and Chinatown.

The installation process was a testament to SuperGraphics’ expertise, as the wrap seamlessly adhered to the streetcar’s contours. As the newly wrapped streetcar glided through the city, it became a mobile work of art, sparking conversations and igniting the imagination of onlookers.

In the end, the First Hill streetcar was more than just a mode of transportation; it became a symbol of Seattle’s vibrant identity. This vinyl wrap transformation exemplified how the fusion of creativity and craftsmanship could turn everyday objects into extraordinary pieces of art, celebrating the spirit of a city that never stops evolving.

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