Kenmore Air x EQC Plane Wrap

Read more on how we turned this ordinary seaplane into a visual statement by adding vinyl wrap to various locations around the plane! ✈️


Seattle, WA


April 2023


Vinyl Graphics

It’s a bird! It’s a plane!✈︎

This case study spotlights Kenmore Air’s collaboration with Emerald Queen Casino to add vinyl graphics to one of their seaplanes. The wrap featured a striking red finish that complemented EQC branding.

Our team invests time in thoroughly understanding your space and specific branding goals, ensuring a perfect conveyance of your message. We aimed to ensure the vinyl wrap not only adhered perfectly to the plane but also maximized the use of branding.

We tackled this project with their signature commitment to excellence. To achieve this, the team applied their extensive knowledge in vinyl wraps and graphic installation to ensure every aspect of the plane wrap was flawless.

Wrapping a plane can present challenges with its numerous nooks and crannies, not to mention the sheer size of the aircraft itself. At SuperGraphics, we enthusiastically embrace opportunities to challenge ourselves daily. We get the job done!

The outcome proved remarkable. The vinyl wrap transformed the seaplane into a captivating, flying billboard for Emerald Queen Casino. As the seaplane gracefully glides through the skies and lands on water, it captures the attention of all who see it. The vivid red branding elements on the plane leave an indelible mark, reinforcing the casino’s corporate branding even at 10,000 feet.

Working with Kenmore Air always delights us because it provides a unique opportunity to wrap a plane. This project illustrates how SuperGraphics’ vinyl wrap solutions can transform not only vehicles but also flying machines into dynamic brand ambassadors.

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