We printed old newspaper advertisements and PICO branding on some fresh crates then vintaged them up. These are part of a display for one of our pop-up shops.
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8 months ago
Love these. Your branding looks right at home.
These turned out great.
Could you make a guide to achieve the old finish? I'm doing those crates for shoes, but I can't find proper guides.
@Michael Spitz @Jason Stewart @Kendrick Kidd Thanks fellas... means a lot coming from you high caliber gents.
@Kenneth Jensen We'd be happy to print on them and vintage them up for you if you'd like.
Would be awesome if you made one of these with a set of those: http://pinterest.com/pin/103301385173823602/. I recently made one and its amazing.
@John Howard Great idea! I think you just found us something new for our showroom.
Looking good! You should find a way to sell these as a product...
http://instagram.com/p/WYfN1PS09-/ - our process. We used pallets haha. If you have real crates, yours is gonna be sick.
@John Howard Looks awesome man good work.
Big fan of these! I collect old crates, and was planning on doing something similar myself!
I love this in so many ways. Taking the new and making it old is just about my favorite thing. Brilliant concept.
Well, this is just brilliant. Like @Michael said, your logo looks like it's just meant to be there. Superb idea and beautifully executed!
@Josh Smith Thanks...we may end up doing a how to....maybe.
@Keith Tatum Thanks sir.
As always.. thanks for your kind words @Claire Coullon.
Unbelievable, great work as always!
Thanks @Josh Newton .. you'll see them and more this weekend.
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