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Corporate Identity Assignment

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

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  1. Fred Weiss

    Fred Weiss Merchant Member

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    Brian, that one's a little hard to see the details.
     
  2. Checkers

    Checkers Very Active Member

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    Whops, I'm used to emailing small stuff.
    Here's a larger version.

    Checkers
     

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  3. TheMattMan

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    Here is a quick go at it before the contest ends...


    [​IMG]
     
  4. Jillbeans

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    Here's another paltry attempt.
    Love....Jill
     

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  5. Shovelhead

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    That SHAG font.......

    ..is quite appealing. WHat is it JB?
    Thank YOu
     
  6. doug rontz

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    Great thread had a lot of laughs, here's my effort
     

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  7. slappy

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    JUST FINISHED! Hopefully this file works and hopefully i'm not too late!
     

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  8. Fred Weiss

    Fred Weiss Merchant Member

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    24 hours to go.
     
  9. slappy

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    i thought it was over tonight! lol, i found a error on mine so now i got time to fix it!
     
  10. Fred Weiss

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    I suggest you post it as a group of JPG's so people can get right at it without having to have Acrobat Reader.
     
  11. Geary

    Geary Very Active Member

    Okay Fred, I did indeed find enough "boredom moments" to squeeze this lame attempt in as the "menu" part of the presentation only. :tongue:

    ~Gear
     

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  12. The Big Squeegee

    The Big Squeegee Major Contributor

    Love these layouts in pdf!

    Is there a set of pdf files with design layouts or patterns available to sign profesionals? These would be great for doing sign estamates.
     
  13. Critter in a Can

    Catch 'em and Can 'em!
     

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  14. slappy

    slappy Very Active Member

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    mY JPEG'S always turn out blurry when I upload them. Is there a better way?
     
  15. Fred Weiss

    Fred Weiss Merchant Member

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    What are you using to create them?
     
  16. Flame

    Flame Major Contributor

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    Well, I had a whole idea/ concept of a name, logo, layout, sign, vehicle graphic, building graphic etc.

    But then I had real work that had to get done.

    So I just whipped out something simple. I think if they're going to sell roadkill, they should try to overshadow that with a professional image...
     

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  17. Gino

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    Well, ‘Hot Digity Dawg’ and by the way, some of them thar are good eatin’ too. Ask Hop Sing.

    Here’s our take on this from our shop. We all played with this from time to time over the last few days and would like to enter this. As you can see, Bubba isn’t quite sure if that was part of Billy Bob or Jr. sticking out from under the truck. It has a hoof on the end, but nobody is asking questions as to who or what went on at the farm before the big flood [2,000 miles east]. Both have youngins that bah-h-h when you call them so, my guess is… it’s Jr. partly sticking out there. We were told that human grinders don’t taste as good as the vermin eating because we humans eat ALL kinds of crap, so we dar’cent get any human parts mixed in with the good vittles.

    Whether you want from the ‘Canine Cuisine’ or the ‘Bag ’N Gag’ section of their menu, everything is dead, on bread or breaded. Flat Cat has always been my favorite… be it single or in a stack.

    bon appétit :thumb:



    Oh... and don't forget the main ingredient :beer :beer
     

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  18. The Big Squeegee

    The Big Squeegee Major Contributor

    Those Must be FOODYEAR tires
     
  19. Fred Weiss

    Fred Weiss Merchant Member

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    6 1/2 Hours to go ... is this all ya got??? :wine-smi:
     
  20. geb

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    For better or worse, here's a revised attempt.

    Fred, could I have this take the place of my 1st entry? I believe post #58.

    Thanks,

    George
     

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