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Creative abstract art Banners for Business Eduction Program
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Stand-up banners needed for business education program called "Creating Pathways for Entrepreneurial Families". A program directed at rural business families. The program is part of a university business school.
Creating Pathways for Entrepreneurial Families
What's your vision?
This is to be a creative abstract vector art style banner for a Entrepreneurial rural business education program. The education program is for rural business people who run family businesses and combine their passion of work and family. 5 banners needed to display a unified image theme.
5 banners need to be created in a unified image/theme across all 5 banners. A diagram with banner sizes is available here: http://www.savagefire.com/images/banner-diagram.jpg Banner #1 must have the "Business School" logo as a primary focus and the "RBC" logo as a secondary focus. The "Business School" logo idea can be downloaded here: www.savagefire.com/images/Uni-ABC-horizontal.eps The "RBC" logo be downloaded here: http://www.savagefire.com/images/RBC-logo.eps Banner #2 must have the "Creating Pathways" logo a a primary focus and the "Rural Development" logo as a secondary focus. The "Creating Pathways" logo is available here: http://www.savagefire.com/images/creating-pathways.png The "Rural Development" logo can be downloaded here: http://www.savagefire.com/images/rural-development-logo.jpg Banners 3,4,5 need to have abstract vector imagery unifying them all and going with the theme. The "Creating Pathways" logo style and imagery is the main style and theme that should be used. The banners must be able to be setup in the following combination and still look complete(reference diagram for numbering): 1,2,3,4,5 2,3,4,5 1,3,4,5 The banners should be: - clean - business oriented - abstract - vector - artistic - one - four colours onlyThe banner theme should be: - growing metaphor (tree, sprout, leaf...) - business learning - family oriented (family tree?, smiling family?) - path to success (abstract path symbolism) - ruralThe abstract artistic "tree" or "sprout/leaf" metaphor symbolism seems to be an idea that encompasses "rural", "family tree", "growth by learning" idea. Other relevant ideas are welcomed and will be considered as well. Final file format should be AI or eps. Final files will also need a 2 inch bleed on the sides and a 6" bleed on the top/bottom. Addition to brief: Add the "business institute" logo to banner #2, below "creating pathways" but above "rural development" In smaller print put "This project is sponsored in part by" above the rural development logo and "whose funding is provided by the Government of Alberta" below it In the same smaller print put "Made possible in part by" above the RBC logo
Do not want: - 3D - too many colours - extreme detail
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Excellent 5-star designer with intuitive feel for what is needed. Also, intelligently able to represent the salient features of your product in the design without having to have everything spelt out. Really like the end result and so helpful in the final changes and tweaks etc. Definitely would recommend!
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