Raccoon was thrilled to work with our neighbours over at Westerham Brewery on a very special commemorative project. To celebrate their 15th anniversary and commemorate the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Landings, the Brewery wanted to re-launch their van liveries with a new design featuring the legendary Spitfire aircraft.
Our team printed the vibrant new vehicle wraps on an Arlon cast vinyl for a stunning result, with an over laminate for durability.The design features a modified Spitfire to make it appear as though the drivers are piloting the legendary aircraft when driving. It also incorporates the “Modification XXX Depth Charges” - auxiliary fuel tanks used to fly Westerham ales to the British troops stationed in France during the Second World War.
We installed the new liveries on site at our HQ in Edenbridge - see us in action in the time lapse video below! (Special thanks to Paul Burgess Photography)
Richard Clark, MD at Raccoon says: “We were so delighted to be contacted by Westerham Brewery to wrap their new delivery vans. The van livery is so vibrant and portrays such a rich history, and the unmistakable Spitfire design is iconic and eye catching. Although nothing can compare with the anticipation of the ale being transported by a Spitfire all those years ago, we do hope that these new vans will nonetheless create a buzz wherever they travel!”
The new vans were unveiled alongside a Spitfire in a photoshoot at the Biggin Hill Heritage Hangar.
Raccoon also printed and installed the exterior signage for the Brewery.