DiegoRojano got their new postcard, flyer or print by running a design contest:
Vintage style postcard for awesome restaurant
Check out DiegoRojano's Postcard, flyer or print contest…
We would like a vintage style postcard to sell at our restaurant.
What's your vision?
We would like a vintage style postcard for our restaurant in 4x6 Front text should have ” Greetings from Lucha Libre Taco Shop San Diego California” (maybe put LUCHA LIBRE as the big main text?) Back of postcard should maybe include the website(luchalibretacoshop.com) , logo, stamp placement space, address space etc .. I have included images of the restaurant you can freely use for the to put inside the text of “Lucha Libre” Also I have included a folder of our logos,company mask, and fonts and colors we use. I have also attached examples of Vintage style postcards for reference.
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