July 14, 2008

U-Haul


You wouldn't think the U-Haul company would be involved into hi-res crazy vector art generated vinyl print imagery, but after seeing some striking graphics on the sides of their trucks here in town, I researched and quickly found the source of them all and it's quite the amazing stuff.

There's a different graphic for each Canadian province and each U.S. state. The one for Iowa is particulary great showing the tourist attraction for Iowa being the 40 mile-wide asteroid crater, along with the actual equation of the splattered ballistics range of materials from the impact formula for the meteor that blasted the earth millions of years ago.

Nova Scotia's graphic is a burning ghost ship. See the whole set here.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Funny, I sit about 50 feet from the guy that makes these.

Ron said...

Tell the guy that he's doing a crazy ass good job!

A-R Dumont said...

Thanks for posting this. The new UHaul trucks caught my eye too. These vector illustrations are super rad.

Anonymous said...

Well dont you know that in some of the graphics you can find Sammy U running. Where will U go nexted?

Matt Provencio said...

Actually in ALL the graphics you can find Sammy U. It's our version of "Where's Waldo?" all the new graphics have him in it hiding somewhere. Some are easy to find him, some are a pain in the butt.

Unknown said...

Learn more about the graphics and how they are made by the illustrator that created them: http://www.kingillustration.com/u-haul-graphics.html