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Facts about SFDstudio: John Force's Oldsmobile Funny Car looks phenomenal. 

In our continuing series on facts about SFDstudio, we go back to 1993, before car wraps were prominent. John Meehan aka “Sticky” was still one year away from starting Sticky Fingers Design and was then employed by Jerry Seivers of PaintN' Place in Placentia, CA. At Paint N' Place Sticky was tasked with hand cutting all the paint masks for many NHRA greats. Pictured here is John Force’s Oldsmobile Funny Car. After the car was based in pearl white, the car was painted using laid out graphics and hand cut lettering stencils. That year, John Force would go on to win his third championship in an amazing 18 championship win streak in 23 years, a great guy and a true champion.

#customgraphics #custompaint #JohnForce #jfr #NHRA #castrolgtx#oldschool #dragracing #FunnyCar #Nitro #SFDstudio
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2015-10-28
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With October-Breast Cancer Awareness month coming to a close we thought we would share this eyecatching RAV4 wrap one more time. South Coast Toyota challanged us with the task of turning the white RAV4 into an eye catching mobile Breast Cancer Awareness campaign. Because cancer awareness is of particular importance to us at SFDstudio we were both thrilled to be given the opportunity to design, produce and install the wrap and flattered that South Coast Toyota entrusted us with such a special project. If time allows swing down to South Coast Toyota and have a look at the Breast Cancer Awareness vehicle in person. We'd love to hear your thoughts about this special project.

#breastcancerawareness #breastcancer #earlydetection #beatcancer #itsnotpaint #customgraphics #paintisdead #itsawrap #SFDstudio #toyota #RAV4 #3mgraphics #ffellers
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Toyota RAV4 looking Pretty in Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month 

 SFDstudio has been working hard to transform this Toyota RAV4 into something truly special and eye catching. South Coast Toyota contacted SFDstudio to design, produce and install this extraordinary wrap to embellish the Toyota Rav4 you see here. It was a great privilege to be given an opportunity to design something exceptional for such a worthy cause, Breast Cancer Awareness. Once the project was completed South Coast Toyota handed the RAV4 over to the Breast Cancer Solutions Organization a group that provides patients with direct assistance, community referrals and support during the treatment and recovery of breast cancer. Let us know if you spot this charming vehicle about town. We’d love to hear your thoughts about it. 
#3mgraphics, #breastcancerawareness , #itsnotpaint , #RAV4 #customgraphics #paintisdead #itsawrap #cancer , #sfdstudio , #toyota
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2015-10-26
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Enjoying a beautiful #autumn day in sunny #southerncalifornia today. We hope you're having great day too.
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We at Sticky Fingers Design Studio pride ourselves in generating award-winning design as well as producing and installing a wide array of products including decals, signs and car wraps. Before the digital age dominated they way we design, however, John Meehan (aka Sticky), Owner and Operator of SFDstudio produced his award winning products the traditional way, by hand. Below is a beautifully designed race helmet custom painted by Sticky for his friend and professional racer Darren Law. Goes to show that his talent started young and continues to grow in varied and exceptional ways.   

#3mgraphics, #customgraphicdesign #customvehiclewraps #darrenlaw #throwback, #customgraphics, #sfdstudio, #throwbackthursday, #vehiclewrapsinorangecounty, #vehiclewrapssupplier
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2015-10-21
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This Ferrari 458 Italia ups its cool factor with a roof wrap and some sleek racing stripes. 

Ferrari's are a head-turning vehicles, but what can a person do to make their already beautiful car stand out from the crowd? Add a roof wrap and some simple but bold racing stripes of course. That's exactly what we did for this Ferrari. How great will this vehicle look racing down the highway or on track days?

#3mgraphics #sfdstudio #ferrari #458Italia #sportscar #paintisdead #ffellers #racingstripes, #vehiclewraps #itsnotpaint #itsawrap
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2015-10-12
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It’s October, Breast Cancer Awareness month, time to get your pink on.

Here at Sticky Fingers Design studio we're pulling out our festive fall colors of burnt oranges, deep reds and rich browns to celebrate Autumn and while you may be doing the same why not consider adorning yourself with a pink ribbon to show your support for Breast Cancer Awareness month. After all who doesn't look cool in pink?

 As just about everybody knows, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual international health campaign organized by major breast cancer charities to increase awareness and to raise funds for research. It also reminds women to be "breast cancer aware" for early detection.
But what is the history of this international event, which is so major that even pro football players wear pink on four or five Sundays each year?
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM) was founded in 1985 as a partnership between the American Cancer Society and the pharmaceutical division of Imperial Chemical Industries, maker of several anti-breast cancer drugs. The aim of NBCAM at the start was to promote mammography as the most effective weapon against breast cancer.
What about the pink ribbon? Where did that, what is now a ubiquitous symbol of NBCAM and breast cancer awareness in general, come from?
In the fall of 1991, the Susan G. Komen Foundation handed out pink ribbons to participants in its New York City race for breast cancer survivors. The ribbon was derived from the popular red ribbon of AIDS awareness.
Then, in 1993, Alexandra Penney, editor-in-chief of the women's health magazine Self, and Evelyn Lauder, breast cancer survivor and Senior Corporate Vice President of the Estée Lauder Companies, founded the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and established the pink ribbon as its symbol. The ribbon was distributed it in stores throughout New York City, on the strength of the Estée Lauder brand, and its status as the symbol of support for breast cancer awareness was cemented.
The proliferation of the pink ribbon can be explained, in part, by its power as a marketing tool. Because the color pink is considered feminine in western countries, the ribbon has come to be a symbol and a proxy of goodwill towards women in general. Buying, wearing, displaying, and sponsoring pink ribbons can signal that a person or business cares about women.
Though NBCAM is closely associated with Race for the Cure, the first Race for the Cure was held back in 1983. It was in Dallas, Texas (yeah Dallas!) and all of 800 people participated. By 2002 the event was held in over 100 cities and the number of participants reached 1.3 million. By 2010 the event had expanded to over fifty countries outside the U.S.
In addition to NFL players, buildings and landmarks across the world clothe themselves in pink light as a "shout out" to NBCAM. Past pink landmarks include the Eiffel Tower, the Empire State Building, Niagara Falls, the Harbour Bridge in Sidney, Constantine's Arch in Rome, and nearly all of downtown Atlanta.
We're in the pink spirit here. Stay tuned to see something special that SFD studios is working on in counjunction with one of our partners. 

#3mgraphics  #sfdstudio ,  #breastcancerawareness ,  #pinkribbon ,  #thinkpinkribbon
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Want to see what happens when Toyota the Jessie Rees Foundation and SFDstudio create a partnership in an effort to craft something eye-catching?

In conjunction with Toyota and the Jessie Rees Foundation, NEGU, SFDstudio created a head turning vehicle wrap with the sole purpose of bringing awareness to the Jessie Rees Foundation-negu.org, and to child hood cancer. The Jessie Rees Foundation’s mission is to ensure every child fighting cancer has the support and resources they need to Never Ever Give Up. Every day hundreds of children are told they have cancer…every one of them has a name, a story and deserves our support.  Thanks in large part to Toyota, a truck this eye catching will make spreading negu.orgs message quite effective.  It was a special project with significant meaning for us at SFDstudio. We consider this opportunity to design, produce and install this car warp a privilege. 

#3mgraphics #sfdstudio, #3Mwrapfilms, #cancer, #childhoodcancerawerness, #ffellers, #jessierees, #NEGU, #toyota, #toyotacares, #toyottundra
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2015-09-24
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