Great job, easy to deal with. Quick communication.
Great T-shirt design, met the brief exactly. highly recommended.
Get design...would highly recommend.
- -[ Queenzha ]-
Queensha is the most dedicated designer I have worked with. She is always willing to try new elements on the designs and work fast and have good ideas. I really like her work!
Excellent Job! Great Designer!
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What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the apparel?
We want a design that shows off the fast racing lifestyle. Think Fast & the Furious. Having “E85” as one of the main components of the design is ideal. “105 Octane” can be an optional secondary component to the design. Other keywords: Propel Fuels, Hi-Octane Society
Brand Colors (Optional): PMS 369, PMS 370
We are open for other ideas as well.
Shirts, Hats, Hoodies
Apparel description and purpose
Our target audience are the drivers of these high performance tuner cars. They have a big passion for our Flex Fuel E85 due to its high octane rating (105 vs premium 91). Their vehicles is their life and they like everything that shows off their fast racing lifestyle. Having “E85” as one of the main components of the design is ideal. “105 Octane” can be an optional secondary component to the design. Create a design that appeals to this youthful audience.
Propel Fuels retails E85 and Renewable Diesel Fuel. Our fuels are cleaner burning fuels that also provide higher performance than traditional petroleum fuels. All of our locations are in California. We like to go by the very simple, clean aesthetic design. The design should focus on our high performance low carbon fuel: Flex Fuel E85.
Find a middle ground that shows our clean aesthetic brand but at the same time attracts the attention of this targeted consumer group. Execute the perfect design and win!
What to avoid
Stay away from anything that resembles too much a race car design or theme. We want something that creates a high performance, car tuner, sleek, fast design, but does not portray E85 as a “race fuel”.