Food Trucks are one of the most common vehicle wraps seen in the wild. They’re a hip, mobile way to bring you good food with low over-head and the ability to pick up and move wherever they’re needed.
1. MIHO GASTROTRUCK, San Diego
This truckle uses fresh, locally sourced ingredients that are hand crafted into affordable and convenient dishes. Their wrap is primarily white with black art and splashes of color hidden inside their logo.
2. CHAIRMAN BAO, San Francisco
Chairman Bao comes from the foggy city of San Francisco. They serve Dim Sum day and night in their flash, heavily illustrated truck. They’ve chosen to use only the colors red, black, and white, which creates a heavy contrasting design, which is difficult to miss.
3. GREEN TRUCK, Los Angeles
Green Truck believes that a healthy environment is essential to healthy living. The vegetable oil that they use in their cooking gets repurposed later to run the car, The kitchen is solar powered, and they don’t use plastic. Their truck is wrapped in a dark army greens with subtle decals and design across the entire body. It’s low-key and it’s not over the top.
4. LATIN FARMER, Philadelphia
Latin farmer is a sustainable approach to Latin Food. They try to introduce people to the types of food that they grew up eating. Their truck is a bright green that feels fresh and appetizing. Their minimal graphics don’t overwhelm the viewer and their logo is easily visible.
5. STREET SWEETS, New York
This Truck is a european-inspired bakery on wheels. Their text heavy design gives the view a lot to look at and it’s filled with words describing their product so that the client can get a good idea of what they’re getting into.