We had a huge success with PimpYourRide during our van wrap contest! Our expectations were well exceeded. This led to us working together on a 1-to-1 Project also! Again, we were blown away! Speed, quality, creativity, and so much more! We are more than appreciative and are excited to utilize these designs very soon.
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- Konstantin Graphics
Excellent work. Thank you.
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- garry | theroud
Very satisfied with Garry's work always! Have worked with him on multiple occasions.
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Organization: Spray foam insulation company in the Cayman Islands
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We would like the truck to have a professional, construction industry look while still standing out enough to catch attention. The company logo and name should be visible from all sides including back windshield and on top of cab (to be visible from high rise buildings). The color scheme should be based on logo colors - feel free to experiment with shades of these colors. The "FP" logo should always be either beside or above the words "Foam Pros". Phone number "946-FOAM" and website "foampros.ky" should be on both left and right sides of truck. The slogan "The spray foam professionals" should be visible on both left and right sides of the truck. The text must be highly visible. Please be very creative with the layout and color arrangements and produce multiple color alternatives for each design.
Update: We would like to add a splash of "Carbon Grey" color or something similar to the palette as our trailer (photo now attached) has that color, and it will help to give a uniform look. I have also attached a picture of a truck that has a "digitek camouflage" pattern on it (square pixel pattern). There is nobody on our island that has this on any vehicles - it would be extremely unique to have this incorporated into the truck design. My one concern is that it should not be used in overkill to the point where it makes the words hard to read - so maybe use it as a background on certain parts and wherever words layer over the top, surround the text in a shape with a plan background to give contrast.
The truck is a 2006 Ford F-350 XLT. The tailgate will be replaced with a hydraulic lift - no need to design tailgate. The actual truck is pictured below. I have attached different formats of the logo (.EPS highest quality). There is also a 3D logo and 2D logo with background concept - feel free to experiment with these.
May the best designer win! (Will need more designs in the future)