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Corporate Identity Assignment

Discussion in 'Classroom Assignments' started by Fred Weiss, Oct 27, 2006.

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  1. My mistake Gino - I had done one but stupid me in the middle of the night forgot to upload it. I did one for Tehran Iran too. here ya go!

    shagnasty logo Tehran.jpg shagnasty logo Baghdad.jpg
     
  2. bob

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    I prefer an oblique approach. Understatement is the key to elegance in these matters.
     

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  3. And here is a new slogan/tagline for them as well.....

    shagnasty tagline.jpg
     
  4. Bob, I'm not sure I'm fond of the particular layout, but I love the subtlety you chose.
     
  5. Just Another Sign Guy

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    Mr Whatley you've got my vote at this point for the most creative, however, I did not appreciate cleaning the Orange Juice off of my monitor from laughing so hard at your "ground found"...very clever...clever indeed ;)
     
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    Pat that is awesome... "Ground Found" hahaha!!!

    this is gonna be a blast... i'm in!!

    cory
     
  7. Ken

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    Fred, I would like to participate.
    I have a slow speed connection and I envision that by the time hundreds of submissions are made that it will take about an hour to download this thread. The folks at letterhead had a similar problem and somehow divided the post to make accessability faster.
    Is there anyway this could be made for comments/submissions?
    Thanks...Ken
     
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    Ken -
    Can't you get Telus or Shaw out in your neck of the woods? Didn't think that Sorrento was that far off of the beaten track :)
     
  9. Fred Weiss

    Fred Weiss Merchant Member

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    I don't understand the need to download the thread Ken. The images would have to be done individually anyway and they are no larger than 800 x 800. And my concern would be the confusion it might cause others.

    Are you saying that when you click into the thread here it is too slow? If I understand the issue a little better then I can change the structure if there is a clear benefit.
     
  10. Ken

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    Yes Fred, that's basically it. When I click on the thread it takes about 40 seconds to appear at this end. Though, it was faster today. Like about 30 seconds. Not an expert at all, I think the thumbnails slow the process. Perhaps just internet traffic volume...
    Ken
     
  11. Jillbeans

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    OK, here is my take.
    The brothers were able to buy a new pick-up and pole building with funding from their meat-grinding/turkey jerky venture.
    Since the third man was added after I started, I only have two guys in my pictorial.
    However, the secret is in the sauce...looks like cousin JR needed a better plucking.
    Love....Jill
     

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  12. signmeup

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    Here's mine.
     

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  13. Ken

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    Hey Jill...Happy Hallowe'en!
    You're lookin' good tonite!
    Actually, pretty neat how you added perspective and shadow to the wall sign...
    Ken
     
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  14. Checkers

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    OK, here's my first official submittal.
    It includes their stationery, main sign/vehicle graphics and an ad specialty.
    If I feel motivated, I may do something a little more creative :)

    Havin' fun,

    Checkers
     

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  15. Pat Whatley

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    Oh yeah...with money comes cool work trucks...

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  17. Jillbeans

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    Pat...you are killing me, man!
    hahahaha
    That truck looks so good it almost makes you not care what's in their meat!
    love....Jill
     
  18. Fred Weiss

    Fred Weiss Merchant Member

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    26 days to go
     
  19. Ken

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    Hi Fred.
    Yes, not a whole lot of "entries" on this, and I think the ones posted are just not "getting it". You are looking for a real world campaign..not a play on road-kill. I hope to find some time to put something together. Can you provide me with 30 hours a day? lol
    Ken
     
  20. Fred Weiss

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    We need more entries.
     
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