As most of you know, Trademark has a long-standing relationship with the Boise Police Department. It’s some of our most visible and iconic design work. Our relationship started back in 2010, when they asked us to re-design their visual identity. We developed a sharp new look, and applied it throughout the fleet, to cruisers, interceptors, motorcycles, and more. You can learn more about the work we’ve done with the Boise Police on their project page, facebook gallery, or read a previous blog post about the now-famous Breast Cancer Awareness police car.
Well apparently, our work with the police has earned us some serious fans out there. A few months ago, a friend of John and Jason came and toured Trademark with his daughter. This little girl was so impressed and inspired by the work we do here, she decided to do a presentation for her six-grade class about us. She explained to her class what we do, and showed her class some of our best work. Then she handed out blank police car templates so every student could try his or her hand at designing a car. Here are some of our favorite designs, and some of the wonderful notes that were included. Enjoy: