Into the Wild

One family trades in their apartment for life on the road – complete with a customized bus wrap.

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Why live in the notoriously small (and stationary) apartments of New York City when you can travel the country in a mobile living space? When the Bowmans decided to visit all 59 US National Parks on an “American Field Trip,” the family of four traded in their Manhattan apartment for a converted airport shuttle bus – complete with solar panels, plumbing, and a branded bus wrap so passersby can follow the adventure online.

Burbank, California-based Circle Graphics Imagic output more than 655 square feet of graphics with their HP Latex 3000 printer onto Flexcon BusArt media and Flexcon Seethru-Sign 60/40 perf, finished with BusArt OV5020L overlaminate. Reviresco, out of Auburn, Washington, worked with the Bowmans to schedule installation while the family was touring parks on the West Coast.

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