Featured Project: A Wrap Deserving of Muskets and Bayonets

T-Bone Graphics has worked with the Fort McHenry Guard, a historical organization honoring the soldiers who defended Baltimore Harbor in the War of 1812, for many years.

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This featured project comes to us from Todd Tracey of T-Bone Graphics in Pasadena, Maryland. He sent in this project his shop did for the Fort McHenry Guard. Vince Kelly of FT Graphics in Lake Shore, Maryland, assisted with the fabrication.

“We have worked closely with Fort McHenry and the Fort McHenry Guard for several years now, on a wide range of projects,” Tracey wrote in to Sign & Digital Graphics. “We’ve updated their rack cards and Junior Rangers Booklets, produced printed garments and embroidered travel bags, as well as engraved awards and a wide array of signage. One of our favorite projects was wrapping their brand new 20-foot trailer that they use to haul their period cannon and related items to various local events.”

And for this job, we here at WRAPS central salute you!


Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the digital content editor for RV PRO magazine. He was the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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