Wrapped Up

August 6th, 2021 by Nathan Hobbs

WINDOW FILM magazine is highlighting two industry experts who have shared some of their favorite cool wrap projects. Pages 20 and 21 will show you work by Josh Poponick, owner of Black Out Tinting in Latrobe, Pa. and Jeremiah Bienko, owner, 813-Tinting in Tampa, Fla.

Poponick takes us back to this 911 Turbo S Porsche wrap job he and his team completed in February of this year. According to Poponick, Avery Matte Metallic Charcoal film was used. (see below).

Josh Poponick | Black Out Tinting, Latrobe, Pa.

“The challenge: the customer wanted the door jambs and inside of the doors wrapped also, so we had to do a lot of disassembly to get perfect results. He did not want to see any white, anywhere and we accomplished that,” said Poponick.

Jeremiah Bienko | 813-Tinting Tampa, Fla.

“99% of the time you get people doing digital print for camo. The issue is when you stretch it out the hood doesn’t match the bumper or the rest of the car. I’m old school and like to do things custom to give a one of a kind look and feel for my clients. And this client gave me full creative control,” said Bienko. According to Bienko, this project was all done by hand with three different films: Avery Dennison’s satin black, 3M’s satin battle ship grey and satin white

“I am a Porsche-phile, so any time I get to spend that much time with a Porsche it makes me happy,” said Poponick, when describing what it was like to work on another Porsche.

To view the laid-in version of this article in our digital edition, CLICK HERE.

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