Eye catching style and colors from a true professional, creative genius. Cant recommend highly enough.
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- Yasir Arafat
It is difficult to choose among 450 designs .. But I guess Yasir did the best one .. We still can enhance the details, but the main target was achived with this nice logo. .. Thanks 99D.. Thanks Yasir.
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For a startup company requiring generic 12 oz cola beverage
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I want designed a soda can label that upon completion will immediately
be ready for commercial use (even though it may not go into immediate
use). That means it will have to come with not only the art design but
the nutrition information and barcode all ready to go. Admittedly,
the draft I receive may not be the final one, but because the label
has to be shown to other interested parties, it has to look completely
authentic and can't in any way be incomplete. Essentially, it must be
designed for a generic 12 oz cola beverage can, having as the primary
color the traditional red that most cola drinks have, but with an
elegant, artistic, and sleek quality to it. That means that the name
of the company and beverage is COLA, and the design for it
must not appear in any way cartoonish. As for company information
such as a phone number, address, or website, for now, don't put
anything. However, be sure to arrange other required objects on the
label, such as the barcode, so that to the casual observer, the label
will appear complete. The nutrition information data and generic
design can be copied from any cola drink commercially available as
this information is subject to change. All the art must be completely
original, including the barcode, so as to avoid any future copyright
violation claims. The metal of the can will not be showing through the
label, so any reflective metallic quality will have to be achieved by
I've included two .jpeg files of generic soda can designs (that DO NOT
belong to me) as a way to illustrate what I'm at least looking for.
However, I am definitely open to some other completely different
design and actually encourage it. I just don't have the talent to
up with anything else, and so the two below are the best suggestions
that I can make.
08/17/2014: For the final round, I'm re-requesting that a 16 oz
version of the label be created, following the same standards laid
for the 12 oz version (printed on a 3-D soda can, including nutrition
facts, a barcode, and a flat 2-D version of the label).