Unchosen Airport Parking Logo

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  1. Bob Ewing Bob Ewing

    This was an unchosen option for some branding I have been working on for airport parking. Simple concept of a parking ticket folded into a plane. Basically it wasn't chosen because it was too creative. Just wanted to put it out to the design world and see what you guys thought. This one will be filed into the phoenix files, with hope it rises from the ashes someday. Cheers_bob

    about 1 year ago

  2. Michael Meek Michael Meek

    Noooo! It MUST rise. =) Still great work buddy!

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    about 1 year ago

  3. Hudson-Peralta Hudson-Peralta

    Man, great idea... Looks great! Might have tried puting the word 'PARK' on the ticket though...

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    about 1 year ago

  4. Bob Ewing Bob Ewing

    Thanks @Michael Meek

    Thanks @Hudson-Peralta it actually has a word mark that accompanies the mark, I just cant show that at this time. I did actually have a 'P' on the wings but got muddy when reduced.

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    about 1 year ago

  5. Here is the final logo I did for Indianapolis International Airport's new parking venture, parkIND. In an effort to compete with some of the off-site parking options we branded and started advertising the airport's parking. The logo had to be quickly recognizable and the name stems from Indianapolis's airport code IND. This is one of the largest projects I have worked on to date and was a great deal of fun. If you fly in or out of Indianapolis you will see this logo, especially on the shuttles.

    The background image was is part of a series of images we shot for an ad campaign to promote their parkIND Plus brand. The basic idea is you can't park any closer than at the airport terminal. One of the headlines we used for this campaign is "PARK LIKE YOU OWN THE PLACE." The images were shot and composited by Tony Arrasmith. He did a amazing job making our concept come to life.

    http://www.indianapolisairport.com/parking_transportation/

    http://www.tonyarrasmith.com/

    Cheers_bob

    10 months ago

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