Business card proposal for Selecore.
Full size image here: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/29611243/Sel_card_02b.jpg
On the bottom, inside half-mark you can see one big ship and 3 small ones in harbour (looking from bird's-eye view). Since a big amount of import/export is done over sea, it seemed like good idea. I may also add a plain on one arrow as airport. It's minimalistic on purpose not to draw too much attention.
Let me know what you think,
about 1 year ago
Very cool, atypical business card approach, Luka. I like that your type is very nicely integrated, and follows the same angular cues established in the mark. Interesting substrate; is that plastic, or is it a translucent paper?
Now, I never in a million years would have ever guessed that those objects were ships docked at port, but now that you point that out, it's an interesting concept, and seems to tie in nicely with your client's business. But they may be almost *too* abstract, I dunno.
@Jon Stapp - Atypical -yes, both client and I like it being unusuall, it makes it stand out in a crowd.
It's translucent plastic card.
This is just proposal, I made it in Photoshop to make it easier for client to get the feeling what it would look like.
I think you are right about ships :) ,when I make the plane, I think ships will be easier to recognize. Although they are here like a little hidden secret, so it's not really important to see them.
I'm glad you like it, and thank you very much for your comment, it's highly appreciated!
by Luka Balic
So, dear @Jon Stapp and admired community, do you recognize planes and ships? Is it too busy, drawing too much attention?
Full size: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/29611243/Sel_card_07.jpg
I highly appreciate your feedback, thank you!
about 1 year ago
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