We need new labels for our pin boxes designed. You can see the current packaging within any of these listings: https://www.conquestmaps.com/collec…-push-pins
I'm in the process of getting more manufactured, but it's time to update the label. You'll be able to get a feel for our products from the website (conquestmaps.com) but in general, we make things that have some depth, texture, and character. Not just mass-produced junk.
As our product line has grown, I would like these pin labels to be a little less specific to certain map styles, and work well with all of them. That means they'll be a little more minimalistic, yet still capture the essence of our products. As seen now, the label is textured and brown, which worked well at the time, as I only had one map style. Now we have 3 styles, and will be creating more in the future. The most common style is currently the Modern Slate (black/grayscale), though Golden Aged is giving it a run for it's money.
This design needs to be a sticker that wraps around the box, the same as is currently shown. It can grow/shrink in size, as long as it still serves the function as label and box closure. I will attach the current file for reference.
The required information this label must include is:
-Our Logo (preferably on one line, not 2, also possibly just integrated into the URL.)
-A place for the number of pins (we will offer either 50 or 100 in each box)
-A place for the pin color name. Currently we have the following colors (including the soon-to-be-manufactured colors):
-What they are (Push Pins or Map Push Pins)
-Made In China
-Our website (www.conquestmaps.com … could be included with logo as mentioned above)
The die-line can be rectangular, or more elaborate as the current is shown, depending on your design intent.
The box dimensions are 58mm x 37mm x 18mm in total. Attached is the current label file for reference, as well as the positioning guide I made for the manufacturer.
The label is biased towards the top so that the box looks full when standing up, and also providing visibility for the colors below it.
Our logo is created with Trajan Pro, and our secondary sans-serif font is Hypatia Sans Pro. I'd like to stick to these fonts as much as possible. We occasionally use a couple other fonts in social media, those being Reklame Script and Cookies&Milk. They're fair game if there's a good reason.
Let me know if you have any questions or there's anything I've missed! Thanks so much.