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This print project was for www.BargainBanners.com. Over the years, they have printed banners promoting quite a few national brands. The idea for a poster to show the diverse group of companies seemed natural.
The first task was gathering logo files. Most of them were possible to take from the original banner artwork, but a few needed to be picked up from www.BrandsOfTheWorld.com as vector files. Each logo is superimposed on a small “virtual banner”, which I created in Photoshop back in 2008 as part of the BargainBanners.com logo. The background contains a lovely US Map and “light steaks” courtesy of VectorStock.com. Everything was assembled in InDesign, and output to a PDF for the poster printing.
The finished piece is 4 feet wide by about 3 feet tall, and is now hanging in their banner workshop.
Fun Factoid: Everything in the photo is at half scale, even the tiny 1 inch tall business card.
This was a recent project I completed for our sales team at work. It will be a nicely printed folder filled with sales materials (brochures, price sheets, things like that).
Tiny Mockup of Dark Version:
Tiny Mockup of Light Version:
In the end, we went with the version over white. This better matches the other series of collateral items I produced earlier this year (envelope, sales team business cards, a promotional coupon, and notesheet sized letterhead). Can’t wait to get them back from the printer next week!