Cqstudios408 got their new cup or mug by running a design contest:
A piece of artwork that represents: tea, cream, flavor and sweetness level
Check out Cqstudios408's Cup or mug contest…
Bar & Nightclub
Pekoe is a high-end tea bar and lounge that resembles a club. They sell artisan teas and milk teas that look like cocktails
What's your vision?
We're looking for a re-design of an existing cup. We want this cup to have labels, checkbox or some form a art that doubles as a marker. When we say marker it means an indicator for sweetness, ice and tea strength levels. We also want to have an area that you can write order number and pager numbers on the cup. The design need to seemless match and blend into an artwork. Do NOT be generic like how Starbucks have on their cups. Please see attached documents and links of what the current cups look like. I also attached a blank one as a canvas to help design this cup. Link to IG: https://www.instagram.com/explore/locations/519731783/pekoe-fusion-tbar/
We want an illustration of something that has the indicators below but that is not obvious to the client what it is being used. A piece of artwork that represents: tea, cream, flavor and sweetness level The indicators on the cups we want are: -Sweetness Level and Ice level can be adjusted by percentage (0%, 25%, 50%, 75% and 100%) -Tea, Cream and Flavor can be adjusted as the following levels Weak - Medium - Strong -Add an area that we can add a modification for ADD or SUBTRACTING a add-on. Example a customer wants to add pineapple jelly but remove the lychess jelly. We need a way to mark this. So far the suggestion is to use the "+" and "-" symbol when writing on the cups -Add at the top where the Barista can write in the Order# and the Pager# Maybe something like this O:__P:__ -Also Add at the top is the drink number in a order. Example a customer bought 3 drinks....so we need an area that show this drink is 1/3. I guess we can add this next to the Order and Pager number like this... O:____P:____D:___/____ O: 23 P:10 D: 1/3
US$399 Gold package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Cup or mug starts at £149.
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It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their cup or mug.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
Cqstudios408 collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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