thepadthaiguy got their new signage by running a design contest:
The Pad Thai Guy's food cart needs a wrap!
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Food & Drink
We sell pad Thai and other Asian food from a small wok food cart. We serve primarily at college sports events so our audience is mainly students and families. Eventually we would like to expand our business to begin serving at bars and downtown Orlando. Any design would need to be appropriate for either setting.
What's your vision?
Our cart needs a decorative wrap to make it more appealing than its basic stainless steel cover. There are three sides of the cart that will be exposed to the public, and we need a wrap that will cover all three. I would like to incorporate our company logo into the design, but other than that I am pretty open. The logo needs to be highly visible since we will not always be able to display a banner. Am open to both modern, minimalistic designs and ones that uses more ornate Thai influences like their temple roofs. I do not want the design to be too exotic: I want people to feel comfortable trying the food, even if they don't typically eat Thai food. It would be nice to have an area where we could display the daily menu. The front of the cart is 3ft long and the sides are two feet wide each. The height of the cart is 29.75 inches.
Attached are some files I hope will be helpful. I've included the Pad Thai Guy logo, some photos of the cart, and some rough ideas that I put together (don't make fun-I've never done this before!). The fonts are Thailandesa and Euroflorecence light. I just tried to match the colors as best as I could--i think they are the blue and red from the US flag. The cart currently has a packing wrap on it, but that will be removed. Please also keep in mind that the opening on the front of the cart will be enclosed.
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