Thinking through all the bits and pieces I need to get for Typographic Verses prints. I always like to put in something personal, but I couldn't think of something that would fit in both an envelope, and a postage tube for the larger prints. Then I thought of doing a little tag, which could attach to the packaging of the prints, as well as being thin enough to fit in a tube, and would work for clothing too if I ever did that.
This little template could work for all the items with a description of type, quantity, size and signature (I don't even know why I put that on there, I might change it). And also room on the back for a personal note! Double win!
I've managed to nail down a brand colour too! This is officially 'Typographic Verses Yellow' now, so you all know. If you ever use this in a design you have to sing the Typographic Verses song.
4 months ago
I really like this, the only thing I am not keen on is the font used under type, quantity, size, and signature. Although I understand the reason for it. Again, I really like this. Good work. :)
@CreativeDraft thanks! Yeah, that's just a handwriting font. Those parts will be blank and I'll be handwriting them myself on the actual things.
@Jonathan Ogden might be cool if you attached the tag to the base / inside of the tube lid so when you take the lid off the tag comes with it and you can read the details?!
@Alex Leeson-Brown now that is a good idea! You're not just a hat rack! I was thinking of wrapping the prints in tissue paper, which is sealed by a sticker, and then the tag string could be stuck underneath the sticker too. Maybe that could be for the envelope ones.
@Jonathan Ogden haha, you're welcome. Liking the sound of that, very classy! I'm not sure what type of envelopes you're using but you could do a similar thing with the envelopes where the string is attached to the envelope flap and when you life up the flap the tag slides out of the envelope? I know I'm going a bit crazy now...
@Alex Leeson-Brown mind = blown.
@Jonathan Ogden you're welcome x 2.
PS I fully plan on doing this for my own products in the future but I think it would cool if this sort of system was a standard :)
Can barely read the yellow text. Great, otherwise.
@Daryl Ginn yeah, that's just a placeholder for now. It will be handwritten on the actual tags. Thanks!
Yellow text on white background is a basic nono for readability. Other than that, the tags look really cool.
Like your clean design.
Looks pretty neat.
Amazing and perfect work!
I have never liked the color yellow until now.
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