Excellent design skillls, of course. Equally as important, they did a great job at interpreting and weighing the multiple moving pieces of our design brief for "reimagining" our existing decal/sticker to make it more "irresistible," and they came up with something that was very fresh and exciting, yet something that also felt true to our branding roots.
- Get'n Graphic
Mick was an absolute pleasure to work with! We love the design he came up with so much! We even plan to get it printed on t-shirts and stuff we hadn't planned on before. Thanks Mick! - All the best, Briana
- Trip Ruvane
unflea produced designs that stood out from all the other submissions. On top of that, unflea was willing to make many edits until we were satisfied. Very prompt, reliable, professional and talented. We are satisfied and will be using unflea in the future for designs.
Awesome working with him!
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We would like to design the packaging for a series of tire valve caps. The valve caps come in different designs (see detail below). Our target audience are people who like customized, quirky trinkets for their cars.
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We want a packaging design for a series of car tire valve caps (the cap that covers the air valve on your car tires). The packaging consist of a cardboard (the item to be designed in this contest) and a transparent plastic cover that hold the valve caps (sample photos attached). The valve caps comes in a variety of fun and quirky designs, and we want the packaging to reflect that theme. Here's a website that showcase some of the valve cap designs: http://www.dreamercar.com/products/index.html
1. The design need to contain the brand and logo Westforge (logo attached), any version of the attached logo is fine.
2. The design need to contain the product name: Tire Valve Caps
3. The design should not obstruct the actual product display (see sample photo)
4. The backside of the cardboard should have a simple instruction diagram showing the use of the valve cap (see sample picture)