Forget Basic RV Decals. This Company Is Offering A More Unique Look
Most RVs come with basic decals wrapped around the exterior for decoration. Some RVers don’t mind these graphics as the rigs would look plain and boring without anything at all. But others don’t like the look of these graphics, and depending on how well you maintain your RV and the climate you’re in, these decals can begin to peel after a few years and may need to be removed.
The DROPLET Design Initiative
DROPLET, a Canadian-based manufacturer of teardrop trailers, has introduced a new design initiative for those who want something a little more unique. The company has teamed up with select artists to create special edition graphics that resemble more of a nature mural than the RV decals typically seen on motorhomes and trailers.
The company announced the initiative on their website, stating that all of the proceeds will go directly to the artists who created the designs. This gives them the opportunity to support local artists and the community, while also allowing customers to give their tiny towables a more customized look.
“I love it when companies see the value in collaborating with artists. That’s when a product goes from lame and boring to unique and awesome. Just take a look at the current graphics packages on almost any current RV or motorhome… just mindless, messy, cookie-cutter, tribal tattoo, garbage. It makes me wonder if it’s the same one designer that does all the graphics for every RV company? Might as well be. It’s great to see DROPLET taking the creative high road.”Says artist Abel Arts
Unique RV graphics
DROPLET has already introduced three designs to their shop, with a fourth design coming soon, from various artists including Art By Di, Elyse Dodge, and Abel Arts. These designs feature bold, bright colors and geometric designs of different landscapes including a scene from Yosemite by Elyse Dodge, whales in the ocean by ArtByDi, and a forest and water scene backed by sunset colors from Abel Arts.
DROPLET has already set themselves apart from other manufacturers in several ways. Their durable trailers are constructed with a high-tech laminate similar to many boat and aircraft building techniques. Coming in at only 950 lbs, these lightweight trailers can be towed by almost any vehicle.
The trailers are manufactured in Canada but can be shipped to the U.S. as well. If you would rather try before you buy, there are DROPLET trailer rentals available in Vancouver, Seattle, and Saskatoon.
They have also given back to the community by dedicating 10% of their profits to building and maintaining free camping spots for DROPLET owners and renters. Their website shares, “Our dream is to be able to rally Coast to Coast in North America by 2025, relying solely on free campgrounds.”
To learn more about DROPLET and their new artwork designs, visit their website. You may also want to check out the DROPLET and other great teardrop trailers for stargazing in this Do It Yourself RV article.