Che cosa ti ispira e qual è la visione del design della tua attività?
the aforementioned website contains the logo that I would like to work with, but I am open to any and all variations - we want you to have fun with it. One idea that we had was the use the two middle f's (one upside down, one rightside up) with the traffic light and sneaker in the middle.
Foot Traffik is an undergound sneaker store in the greater Boston area and we are looking to incorporate a t shirt line into our store. The brand will fall under the category of urban/couture and will ideally be unlike anything that anyone has ever seen before. We are also open to shirts with cool catchphrases, particularly around the sneaker or traffic light theme as we will be carrying Nike SBs.
If we like your design, even if it is not the top one, we will definetely consider making an offer.
Designs are ideal, but catch phrases - if extra creative will be considered as well. Feel free to use the traffic light.
Best of Luck!
- Different variations of Foot Fraffik or Traffik or the two Fs used in the logo (one upside down, one right side up)
- We would definetely be open however to no mention of Foot Traffik at all with the logo on the back as long as it aligns with our theme of underground/urban with a hint of couture
- If anyone has any ideas for packaging designs to go along with the t shirts, rather than putting it in a simple shopping bag it would be greatly appreciated and will increase your chances of winning. Ideas and designs to support them are welcome and compensation can be discussed. I want to give customers an experience and feel as though the packaging will be a pivitol par of that.
- If you go to the following website, you will get an idea of what i am talking about. this guy's store revoles around the bakery theme and this is how he packages his t shirts...