Brisbane City Council Mobile Library Truck

Published September 5, 2016

Brisbane City Council Mobile Library Truck Wrap


The Artwork:

Influenced and inspired by a wide range of well known stories, including The Jungle Book, Peter Pan, Life of Pi and Jack and the Beanstalk the artwork for the Mobile Library brings back memories for young and old. It has been beautifully illustrated to incorporate iconic Brisbane structures such as the Ferris wheel, high rises and the Brisbane River which flows through the front and rear of the artwork, as well as the jungle scene.


The Materials:

Avery Supreme Wrap in High Gloss Satin Black was used to wrap the cab, the entire body is printed on Avery White 1005 then laminated to protect against UV Rays and scatches.  Applying Avery Supreme Matte Black over the top for the river gives the illusion of a dark grey and adds in texture.


Above: Before truck wrap

The Application:

Once the best materials and method of production and application were determined, our Roland was running hot as both sides of the body were fully printed then a massive 100 lineal metres of vinyl wrap were applied to the vehicle's exterior, underside and awning by our 5 professional installers over 3 days.


Above: Installing vinyl graphics

The Final Result:

A visually striking, professional and inviting truck wrap was achieved thanks to all who participated in this project. The Brisbane City Council Mobile Library will no doubt turn heads wherever it goes.

If you would like to find out more about our speciality vehicle wraps contact us on 07 3260 5177 or or fill or the contact form.

To read more about the Library Services, head to the Brisbane City Council website here:

BCC Mobile Library

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