Green Bay graphic artist ventures out with new business SIC Wraps

Ryly Sann says his passion for creative problem solving and aim for excellence led him to reevaluate his career last June when the coronavirus pandemic was starting to wane. “At that time, I took a step back and got into screen printing,” Sann said. “But after about six months, I became […]

Ryly Sann says his passion for creative problem solving and aim for excellence led him to reevaluate his career last June when the coronavirus pandemic was starting to wane.

“At that time, I took a step back and got into screen printing,” Sann said. “But after about six months, I became convinced that wrapping was what I needed to do. I didn’t know what the future would bring, but I thought, sink or swim, that’s what I need to do.”

That conviction led to the start of his business, SIC Wraps, located in Green Bay.

By wrapping, Sann means the process of applying a vinyl graphic or decal over the original paint of a vehicle to allow a person to change the look of a vehicle without the need for a costly and complicated paint job. The wrap is commonly used for advertising so a company can display its logo and graphics, but can also be used by an individual for personalization.

“The biggest wrap I do is for 52-foot semi-trailers; that’s a common one,” Sann said. “I’ve done projects like big trailers for hospitals that are very high and very wide.  That’s fun to do; to see the transformation from a silver trailer and stand back and see that it is now an MRI trailer or trailer for a bike team.”

Wraps are commonly used for advertising so a company can display its logo and graphics, but can also be used by an individual for personalization.

The discovery of a new career path came from almost a decade of experience in the graphics and customization industry. His career took him through a wide variety of roles that gave him familiarity with all aspects of design. For the past five years, he has specialized in wraps and graphic installation.

“I saw someone looking for wraps on Facebook,” he said. “I contacted him and did two vehicles and he liked my work, and gave me three states of vehicles. For the next three months, I traveled around and installed wraps on hotel shuttle buses.”

https://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/story/money/2022/04/29/green-bay-graphic-artist-ventures-out-new-business-sic-wraps/9577973002/

Christin Hakim

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