Outstanding work and creativity. Quickly assimilated our idea and brand into a creative design!
- Rey G A
I really appreciate for your gentle comments on San'ya, inquiries, and patience . Cheerful illustration could be generated by you. Your design can have some powers to improve negative images on San'ya ("dirty and dangerous area" as you wrote) .
Good job. Responded very well to required design changes and iterations.
- Haryanto Adi
Excellent work by this designer! The logo is fantastic.
How michael.peerson started their sticker journey
Who are you known as?
Rendezvous Junction Brewing Company
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Bar & Nightclub
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a small craft brewery that brews a variety of craft beers with a target of all audiences of drinking age. Our tag line is: “Artfully crafting beer that brings taste & buds together”.
Our logo (uploaded below) is a train that symbolizes our brewery and the beer we make that “brings” taste & buds together.
Refer to our website for more information about us: http://www.rendezvousjunction.com
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We are having custom taphandles made and are needing branded stickers or cards to differentiate our beers.
We are uploading a draft of our custom taphandle that has an approx 2” diameter circle that will hold our sticker or card.
The 2” diameter label will be placed as if it is the nose of the train.
We currently produce 6 beers commercially but will expand that quickly. All beer names have something to do with what happens when people come together. Our beer brands are:
Shindig - White Wheat Ale
Lollygagger - Double IPA
Hop of the Mornin’ - Irish Red IPA
Eavesdrop - Vanilla Coffee Porter
Chai Society - Spiced Amber Ale
Dillydally - Pale Ale
Shenanigans - Imperial IPA (coming soon)
Just Jammin’ - Cream Ale (coming soon)
The brand name of the beer is before the dash. The category of the beer is after the dash. Typically beer labels will include both the brand name and the category. For example: Eavesdrop Porter or Eavesdrop Vanilla Coffee Porter. The brand name would be in a larger font with the category in smaller font. I’ve uploaded some example beer labels we have used in the past to aid in understanding of how the category of the beer might be used.
Ideally, we’d like a sticker / card template that would not require a custom design each time but would enable us to perhaps alter the color and the beer name without too much difficulty. That said, we do not intend to limit the creativity of the designer and are open to creative custom ideas.
The font used on our website and current beer labels is BodoniSvtyTwoOSiTCTT-BookIT however we prefer to change this to be more of a vintage font like CASHCURRENCY, which looks like a font that might be on a train.