Welcome to our enthusiastic and dedicated staff. Together we have over 140 years of experience in the field of automotive graphics restoration.
Since the days of the protractor and compass, thirty plus years ago, we began reproducing Big Three (US Automakers’) decal and stripe artwork. Before computers the labor intensive, time consuming methods used to create large-scale art did not stop our team from producing the finest quality possible.
Many thousands of art files later our team remains as dedicated today as in 1985.
Our internal team along with some very qualified artisans conscientiously developed the needed artwork to manufacture the finest, licensed, products ever produced. Attention to detail and better quality raw materials often make our products better than the original.
Once artwork is successfully completed does not mean our job is finished.
Artist tradesmen retire, subcontractors cease to exist, raw materials, technologies and environmental restrictions change. Through it all, we are continually adapting to reliably maintain providing the finest quality possible. Often within short notice, ink formulas must change to conform to new EPA rules. Trade knowledge must be passed from one generation to the next. Operational skills are continually modified to consistently furnish licensed, correct, user-complete decal-systems; often when vehicle heritage and kit content knowledge diminishes by the decade.
For the past thirty plus years all activities are done with the long term in mind, just as they will be for the next thirty.
You trust Phoenix Graphix because of our philosophy and the staff behind it. Thank you for allowing all of us to be a part of your passion…..
MEET THE TEAM
Anything muscle car; American of course.
Reading, arranging man-cave, detailing my muscle cars.
Boating and Diamondbacks baseball games with the full staff.
I like all muscle cars and trucks and continually look forward into the automotive future technology.
I show Arabian horses and this is a passion I am truly grateful to have found.
The one I will get the opportunity to fully design.
Spending time with my family, attending tradeshows, play chess, reading about new technology and business trends. I also enjoy cooking.
Everytime i create a new product, reach a set goal and/or solve an issue is a very memorable moment for me. I'm very proud of my team.
The 1969 GTO judge
Most of my outside hobbies revolve around tinkering with electronics and machinery, or riding horses.
My most memorable time at PGI was the summer days when I would roll product and stock shelves for days at a time.
The 1977 Z28 Camaro
Sales Director/Resident Carcheologist
The 1971 Hemi Challenger R/T
Motorcycling, martial arts, hiking, gardening.
When Brian and I went to the TA Nationals in Dayton, OH.
The 1969 Dodge Charger or a 2017 Charger Scat Pack
Playing with my kids and SLEEPING!
Going the Arizona Diamond Backs baseball games. It is nice to hang out with the people you work with outside of the work place.
One that will eventually hover
Video games and Ultimate Frisbee.
A customer bringing in a restored 10th anniversary Trans Am.
Warehouse & Fulfillment Manager
Always wanted a yellow/black 1970 Ford mustang Mach 1
I enjoy hiking, camping, water gardening and spending time with my 7 grandchildren. Voluntarily serving a 4 year term as Commissioner with the City of Surprise AZ Disability Advisor Commission.
Purchased a 2016 Ford Mustang and had PGI decals placed on it.
If it runs it's good.
I do not really have one, I am not down with cars.
Reading, listening to music. I also like to work out if time and body permitting.
There is been so many it is really hard to pick and choose a single one.