Thanks for the speedy addition to our previous illustration - exactly what we needed!
Great designer, very responsive, no lag time with modifications or files. Would definitely work with Z again! Thank you for creating a perfect design for us.
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Petra is such a hard worker and so talented! She really understood what I was looking for in my catalog design and delivered on it super quickly.
How christianY started their product label journey
This example shows the placement of the sticker. With this company being our main competitor on the market, we are looking to differentiate ourselves through much stronger branding. The label should represent to the customer that our product is of much higher quality.
neon always looks good!
we dig the minimalist design, monochrome color scheme and the font!
love the font here as well as the composition
this is maybe a little bit too "loud"
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12" Outer Record Sleeves - Hi-Density Polypropylene
Description of the product
We produce Outer Record Sleeves that protect Viny Records (LPs).
Our Sleeves are made from Hi-Density Polypropylene, which is crystal clear and not cloudy like the Polyethylene Sleeves that are industry-standard. The thickness of the material is 3 mil. Our Sleeves will hold Single or Double LPs.
They are a high-quality option, sold at roughly the same price as the other, lower-quality sleeves on the market.
Description of the product target audience
Our target audience are record collectors and record stores of all shapes and sizes. We want listeners of all kinds of different musical styles to identify with our brand.
The sticker label should include the following:
Our company name, the product name as mentioned above, Quantity (we offer variations of 100x and 50x packs), material thickness (3 mil) and barcode (attached).
Our company logo can be added as is, or designers can come up with their own iteration or play on our existing logo.
The label should represent to the customer that our product is of much higher quality than the competition. (You can do an Amazon search for "Vinyl Record Sleeves" and see what's out there.)
One idea that was discussed was a riff on or homage to the design of the "Big Muff" guitar pedal (image attached), but that is just one suggestion - the designers have free a free hand to come up with a design of their own.
What to avoid
Please avoid appealing to one musical genre too specifically. The design can certainly go in one direction or the other, but without leaning too heavily into it.