Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
American Engineered Fabrics, Inc, is an American Manufacturer of non-woven fabrics, including erosion control, geotextiles, filter fabric, and Green-Roofing fabrics. For more on the company, please visit http://www.boomenviro.com.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
The project concept has changed, and it is for: to create a company graphic I can screenprint on T-shirts as premiums for customers, but also something I can use stand-alone on the net. Logo is specific to "The Grey Geotextiles" that are used as a protection fabric that sits beneath big tanks used for containment of hazardous liquids used in hydraulic fracturing (Natural gas drilling). Please be aware that an oversimplified and lack of detail submission will not be chosen. Graphic concept is essentially of a big frac tank, and a big frac drill in the background (attached photos), with our dark grey fabric laid out underneath. Feel free to add a worker or two, or any other ideas that come to you. While this is a logo, I require some artistic skill and interesting style, not some overly vector-based sketch. Finally, the company logo (also attached) should be incorporated somehow. Open to interpretations of this.
-There are tons of images of Frac Tanks and Frac Drills, just google (an example is attached in the below files).
-Open to an animated OR "real" looking interpretation of the concept
-Attached is a roll of our Green fabric. If you would like to use this, maybe you can color it grey and stretch it.
-Workers can be manipulated photos of real workers or animations.
-Make sure to add in relevant components, like a drill in the background.
-American Engineered Fabrics logo (attached) should be proportional to the graphic, not too big or small.
-Do not be afraid to be liberal with your interpretation of the concept. If you would like to add something give it a shot. If it clutters the main graphic, we can always edit it out.
You can clearly see the "frac pad" underneath the tank in image "spill contimg". A Frac Pad is my fabric welded to a protection liner.
There are more animated versions of the drill if you google "frac drilling"