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Branding for annual event (logo / t-shirt and other images)

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Hey all,

 

I run an annual collaborative writing event, and used Designer to produce all of the brand materials associated with the event. The designs themselves are all pretty simple / minimal (as you'll see below), but I was impressed with what an intuitive and easy to use environment Designer was to play around with some ideas and refine them from within the program.

 

Materials produced include the logo (below) which was then reused for things like the forum badge shown in my signature.

NiaD_400.png

 

 

I also produced a design for use on t-shirts and mugs...

InfMonk_Full.jpg

mug.jpg

tshirt.jpg

 

Like I said, all pretty minimal design but (hopefully you'll agree) good for the purpose and not too in-your-face or distracting.

 

 

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The Tee-shirt is great! The mug's even better! That used blueprint effect, just smacks of...come on get your ideas on paper now before they evaporate!

 

Yes, it is distracting because it makes you think! Which is the whole idea, so don't worry about making people think.

 

peter

 

PS

 

Some cool tees at redbubble.com. Control - V on a tub of glue. B)


MacBook pro, 2.26 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 4 GB 1067 MHz DDR3, NVIDIA GeForce 9400M 256 MB, OS X 10.11.6

 

http://www.pinterest.com/peter2111

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