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About Hardcore Graphics

Hardcore Graphics was started in 1998 by Glenn and Karen Thomas. The couple met while working for a company that was also doing vinyl graphic installations, and were married six weeks after meeting. Shortly afterward they branched out with their own vinyl graphics installation business.

Glenn was previously a sign writer, working at one point for Honest Ed's, handpainting all the interior signage. The business has taken the couple all over Canada and many States. They have worked in Las Vegas on Wilson Trucking Cabs, and spent a week in Portland, Oregon doing two full coverage tractor trailers for Cirque de Soleil, with complimentary show and backstage passes!! The couple have also worked in Indianapolis on Player's Racing Trailer, and spent a week in Rhode Island putting Tim Horton's graphics in 12 gas station self serve kiosks. In addition, they have spent time in Vancouver and Calgary doing Sealtest trucks, and time in New Brunswick and Manitoba doing full coverage buses for a local Real Estate company.

Their largest U.S job to date was last summer in Manhattan, where they spent 10 days working around the clock installing pinstriping to the interior of the H&M flagship store windows, two storeys, and also on the backlit wall adjacent to the windows.

Their client described Hardcore Graphics as "the greatest vinyl applicators we know." In all, the entire installation took 84 running kilometers of vinyl that weighed in at approximately 810 kilograms.

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