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Van artwork

PlanB

Contest Holder LeTiss ?

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Project: Van artwork
Industry: Construction Logo
Contest Launched: Nov 28, 2013
Selected: 1 winning design from 37 concepts
Winning Design by: pivotal
Close Date: Dec 05, 2013


Van artwork - Construction


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Creative Brief


Van artwork

PlanB

We have a silver Peugeot Partner Panel Van, see http://business.peugeot.co.uk/business/range/van-range/peugeot-partner/ for which we require artwork for both sides and rear doors (no glass in rear doors)

Construction

Target audience is varied, Commercial, domestic, etc.

Primarily we provide Structural Engineering and Land Surveying consultancy services, although to a lesser degree Architecture as well. We have provided corporate logo for inclusion in artwork. Looking for a fun and eye catching design, to include reference to our website www.planb.gg

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Discussion


Comments

  • December 03, 2013 4:39 AM
    LeTiss LeTiss
      Project Holder
    Please see uploaded pdf file for ideas of 'illusion' to be placed in 'painted' windows each side of the van. On the side of the van without the sliding door, bigger panel for illustration, perhaps the 'window' could be part of a concept design. Please try and include an element of structural engineering in the concept sketch, a steel beam or two, or perhaps a little reinforced concrete....

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  • December 01, 2013 8:58 AM
    LeTiss LeTiss
      Project Holder
    Can you add an optical illusion or two in the artwork. See these sites for ideas... http://www.moillusions.com/ - see the bear in the trees. http://www.worth1000.com The illusions can be eye catching and memorable.... which is what I am looking for...something more than just a few colours and pictures... If a concept sketch of a house is used in the artwork on the side of the van, was thinking a window could be used for an 'abstract' picture. I may then get different magnetic art to infill the window with differing images over time... #4 is closest towards what I am looking for.... Thanks everyone...

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  • November 30, 2013 6:48 PM
    LeTiss LeTiss
      Project Holder
    See these sites for ideas on types of images.... http://www.123opticalillusions.com/ http://brainden.com/optical-illusions.htm Just ideas that may be incorporated...

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  • November 30, 2013 12:15 PM
    LeTiss LeTiss
      Project Holder
    Whilst our services vary from domestic to commercial, it is restricted to our islands. We have 1 block of flats, no buildings over say 7 storeys, bar 1 tower block of say 10 floors. As such, 'City scape' type artwork is out of context for our location, hence the liking of '3d type' house images...

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  • November 29, 2013 5:49 PM
    LeTiss LeTiss
      Project Holder
    A few ideas, I do like Escher, when things just don't look right and you need to take a second look. Also when images appear to be one thing, then when looked in a different way, are something completely different. This, in my view, can make them 'catchy' and memorable.... Hope this helps

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  • November 29, 2013 8:12 AM
    LeTiss LeTiss
      Project Holder
    I like #8 using corporate orange colour, perhaps use of the grey also would be nice. It does not however promote the 'consultancy' service we offer like #4 does... #9 has the surveyor which is main use of van, although image is quite dominating in artwork and extent of varied colours too dominant.

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  • November 29, 2013 2:49 AM
    LeTiss LeTiss
      Project Holder
    See "Commercial Van Signage - Existing Logo" under "Other", where the artwork covers the van more extensively... I already have a company logo / signboard. I don't want to just put that on the van. I am looking for something a bit more eye catching... Thanks

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  • November 29, 2013 2:05 AM
    Sergem Sergem
     
    Sorry Project Holder, but what exactly did you mean by a "Muriel type"? Thanks for any clarifications.

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  • November 28, 2013 1:03 PM
    LeTiss LeTiss
      Project Holder
    I am thinking of perhaps a Muriel type effect over the van.....more than just the company name....

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