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Critique please

Discussion in 'Designs & Layouts' started by threeputt, Sep 1, 2010.

  1. threeputt

    threeputt Very Active Member

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    We've got the job to wrap two smart cars for a property management firm. We developed the little "logo" (which they like) from clip art and text.

    They don't want a lot of stuff on there other than the "equal housing" logo and their slogan "where good renters find great homes".

    One vehicle is red and the other vehicle is white.

    Does this need more pizazz? Can it be improved? Or is it "done"?
     
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    threeputt Very Active Member

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    Ooops! Here's the artwork.
     

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  3. wildside

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    i kinda dig it the way it is, the slogan on the front seems kinda just stuck there, but still works

    simple and easy :thumb:
     
  4. Steve C.

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    Looks great to me... maybe make the slogan a bit larger?
     
  5. Marlene

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    it's nice looking, clean yet sharp enough looking to attract attention
     
  6. Shovelhead

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    The first thing that I notice is the huge hole between the "r" and "p". You can drive a truck through there.
     
  7. threeputt

    threeputt Very Active Member

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    You know, it's funny you say that. The client was here not more than 18 hours ago and wanted me to do that. The actual font has the "leg" of the "r" coming down quite a bit more. But he had me "bob" it off at the height of the "s" and the "a".

    What's a guy to do? (one of the women in his office told him it didn't look "right").
     
  8. threeputt

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    Yeah, I agree. But the body contours are such that there isn't much room elsewhere. Maybe I could leave it off altogether. He did say he wanted it on the back, but didn't specify the sides.
     
  9. wilspil

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    It look good just the way you have it.
     
  10. wilspil

    wilspil New Member

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    Looks Great
     
  11. Ponto

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    +1......... :thumb:....nice and clean tho'.....like it!!!!!!!!!!!

    JP
     
  12. Marco

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    nice work... slogan a bit larger be nice; if not just let it be.
     
  13. signage

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    I think it looks good but what is the other side going to look like? It may pose a problem.
     
  14. Gino

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    I think it looks mighty good. You might want to add this however...............

    threeput car with key.jpg
     
  15. "Deposit Please"

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    Keep inc. w/ property management. i'd make the tag line bigger on sides, also i would skip the logo & just make the tagline on rear glass really big ( if you plan on putting perf on rear glass )
     
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    I think it looks great too... I like the idea of making the tagline the focus on the back because it's a good line. Can you cut off the "hook" at the top of the "r"? So it doesn't hang down at all... like it is on a helvetica font
     
  17. Marco

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    Hillarious Gino!:ROFLMAO:
     
  18. dlndesign

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    where is the contact info? Phone number/web? Is it going on the back?
     
  19. BLB

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    Hi Threeputt,
    Sorry I didn't read the previous reply's but here is my quick two cents. Try a red rear panel so the eye is focused on the info, maybe stack PROPERTY MANAGEMENT so what they do is more visible, and a bigger louder slogan. All the best with it! (Let's have that lunch soon.)
     
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