Best Digital Signs of Melbourne has won the Roland DG Australia's My TrueVIS competition with a 'battered and worn' looking vehicle wrap based on Peter Brock’s legendary 1979 Bathurst-winning Holden Torana. (video)
The global My TrueVIS campaign and competition was launched in May this year to share stories and experiences from TrueVIS customers around the world.
Users were invited to enter the competition by posting what they love about their TrueVIS via social media, with Australian entrants going into the draw to win a full set of inks valued over $1500.
Australian winner Best Digital Signs of Ringwood, VIC submitted a photo of a vehicle wrap it produced in conjunction with The Render Garage, a local company who specialise in CGI / Digital Automotive Visualisations and Renders.
The wrap is a tribute to Peter Brock’s legendary 1979 Bathurst-winning A9X Holden Torana, with detailed artwork to make the vehicle look battered and worn as it would have after the race.
Roland DG Australia said: “To ensure these intricate details were captured, Mark Piper from Best Digital Signs turned to his TrueVIS VG2-640 printer."
Piper said: "The Torana car wrap was a great example of the kind of finish possible when the best media and equipment are combined. We love the colour gamut and high-resolution print of the VG2-640. Its colour quality is second to none and allows us to produce quality work every time.”
The TrueVIS Series is one of Roland DG’s flagship models, with more than 24,000 units shipped. On March 1st this year, the company launched its third generation TrueVIS printer cutters, including the high performance VG3-640 and 540 models and the 'value-packed' SG3-540 and 300 models.