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You want to give your fans a fantastic experience—and deliver a great brand impression for your sponsors. bluemedia™ has you covered. Literally. We’re just like you: good and fast. Whether your graphics are for your track, concourse, vehicle or hauler, we can print it, ship it and install it in no time flat. Our state-of-the-art production facility and nationwide installation experts deliver a consistent product from vehicle wraps to racetrack signage.
We’re experts at putting together a seamless package, matching the vehicle with the hauler, the pop-up tent with the pit-crew gear—everything you need to hit the road running. We know the motorsport graphics business, and we understand what high-performance really means. From the track to the trailer, we’ll work with your team to keep your sponsors happy.
For the third time in California, bluemedia was contracted by the NFL to put the face on the EA Sports Madden Pig Skin Pro Am. The most famous football video game is celebrating its 25th year in existence and the only way to ring it in in style was to build the world’s first football field on the deck of an aircraft carrier. The chosen site to make history was the USS Midway in San Diego and it truly was a spectacle to behold. In less than three days crews from all over the country descended upon San Diego to pull off the impossible. Under the direction of the NFL bluemedia produced and installed over 17,500 square feet of our premium BMP 9oz. mesh vinyl to cover bike barricades, entrances, camera platforms, video board scaffolding and scoreboard platforms. The crown jewel of the project was a 30’ EA Sports Madden 25 logo with the NFL shield installed on the bridge of the USS Midway. Using 3M’s IJ180-C V3 vinyl with their Matte 8520 Laminate all those in attendance were impressed with how seamless the graphic integrated with the ship.
Many thought it was paint and even more people stopped to take pictures of it during and after it went up. In addition to outfitting the ship with graphics for both the Skills Challenge and Pig Skin Pro Am, bluemedia also retrofitted the roof top club of the Andaz Hotel in the Gaslamp District for the exclusive VIP party with celebrities, sponsors and NFL players. The entire space was decked out with Madden 25 graphics including the bottom of the pool which featured a 18’ wide Madden Logo made from bluemedia’s BMP Pool Bottom Graphic System. In total bluemedia had everything through pre-flight, production, finishing, shipping, installation and tear down in less than two weeks. Keep tabs on bluemedia’s Facebook page for the announcement of when the Skills Challenge and Pig Skin Pro Am will air and on what station.
bluemedia showed off 3M’s new Envision product line on a Fisker Karma hybrid/electric luxury supercar at this years SGIA show. The vehicle represents the pinnacle in performance and sustainability. The wrap was completed using 3M’s new Envision print film and gloss wrap overlaminate which include many performance benefits such as greater tensile strength — resists tearing, faster install and removal, and is a greener solution (non-PVC). The vehicle was also featured on 3M Graphics twitter page.
bluemedia’s work for the Major League World Baseball Classic in Phoenix included large format graphic production for the host facility (Salt River Fields) and two hotels (The Palomar and The Westin). Salt River Fields required a quick install plan, as the stadium had to be converted from a standard spring training facility to an MLB World Baseball branded facility in less than 12 hours. bluemedia completed the transformation in less than 6 hours. Installing signage that completely covered the outfield walls which are approximately 9′ tall by just over 480′ long. Additionally, the project called for a complete re-brand of the home and visitor dugouts and bullpens, as well as several team shop locations throughout the facility.
At the conclusion of the WBC, bluemedia was tasked with returning Salt River Fields to a MLB spring training facility for a scheduled game just 2.5 hours from the completion of the World Baseball Classic game.