Latest Wrap install

modernmav

New Member
Here is the latest wrap we finished, i know a lot of people on here didnt like the logo design but we went ahead with it and are pleased with the way it turned out. Its gotten a lot of attention so far.
 

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dlndesign

New Member
Phone nubmer should have gone somewhere else. Also the "T" Shirt Idea is a good one, but I think alot of people are going to see I Shirt instead, my 2 cents.
 

modernmav

New Member
that T-shirts logo is well known locally for what it is, so that part of it wont be misunderstood as much around here.
 

SignManiac

Member
The size of the phone number is just ridiculous...:banghead: You had a lot of good advice when you started on this and didn't listen to very much of it.
 

WOODBS

New Member
can't really read "wraps" ..not diggingthe spacing on the job descipts...good line-up on the swirly thing from side to rear...other than that it is what it is
 

Todd-sta

New Member
I like the background a lot... as well as the "Wraps" logo on the driver-side.

I agree that the phone number and secondary text on the driver's rear side panels is not the best choice in font/execution.

Also agree with the others on the "T" looking like an "I."

Some good, some bad points here.
 

Joe Diaz

Member
that T-shirts logo is well known locally for what it is, so that part of it wont be misunderstood as much around here.

That may be the case, but... should you only be marketing to those for whom your logo is well known? or would it be better if the design is clear and understandable to people you haven't yet reached with your marketing?

And besides, simply changing the design to read "T-shirts" rather than "I-shirts" wouldn't be a big enough change to the design that it would somehow completely change the look and feel of your identity, and as a result, somehow cause you to lose business. On the contrary changing the design for the better would only help your business. I've always thought it was silly whenever a customer came in and refuses to change a poor design because they think it is "established". You don't want to "establish" a logo that is confusing, or worst yet a logo that looks like a mistake was made, especially when you are in the business of handling other peoples brands or advertisements.
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Craig Sjoquist

New Member
I like the background and the contrast the flow and balance are fine
Yes things can improve, but hey that's why we are here to learn, teach, and ponder about.
 
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