Paul McCormick got their new car, truck or van wrap by running a design contest:
Great Gun Oysters Cargo Van
Check out Paul McCormick's Car, truck or van wrap contest…
Great Gun Shellfish is an oyster aquaculture business. We grow oysters on our marine farm sell them to individuals, retailers and wholesalers. Target audience for van wrap is home delivery customers.
What's your vision?
IDEA #1: I'm looking to have my 2019 Ford Transit Connect LWB Cargo Van wrapped. Looking for a very simple and straightforward white wordmark ("Great Gun Oysters") on blue background (HEX #70adc7, which applies to the entire truck). Only other info I'm looking to communicate on van is "HOME DELIVERY" and "greatgun.com." IDEA #2: Same content as described above, but in a vintage motif and style. Style van similar to truck shown in "Vintage Truck.jpeg." HEX #70adc7 for lower portion of van but darker shade of hue for trim and wordmark. See "vintage style wordmark.jpeg" for starting idea of how wordmark could be styled, but please feel free to experiment.
My thinking is people have about 1 - 2 seconds to determine the message reflected on vehicle. With that in mind, the word "OYSTERS" should be the prominent wordmark on vehicle. Thinking that should stretch across entire sides of vehicle. I'll attach basic jpeg sketch "GG." I'm also attaching my company logo "GreatGunOysters," which I don't think has a place on the van as it's a circular construction that will not communicate well (too much information), but I would still like to tie in the flavor of my branding to the wrap to maintain continuation of my brand recognition. Maybe the color combo is enough? I'm open to suggestions.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Car, truck or van wrap starts at $349.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their car, truck or van wrap.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
Paul McCormick collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
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