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How Tucker's Raw started their signage journey
Who are you known as?
Tucker's Raw Frozen and Treats
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Animal & Pet
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We make Raw Frozen Pet food for dogs. We also make many different kinds of treats for dogs as well.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Our logo is a Ford F1, we were able to get a 1948 fiberglass front end and are looking to create a 3D affect with our Trade show booth banner. What we need designed is our logo with the truck to scale where we can take and push the truck front end up against the banner to finish the 3D look.
Here are some of the needed specifics:
- The angle of the truck should be between 30-45 degrees so that the logo on the door is visible and the whole truck fits on the banner
-The perspective of the truck needs to be more of a straight on/realistic angle, the current image is from a low perspective looking up and wont work with the physical truck front
-The far left of the door jam should be at 6 Feet from the right of the banner template/image edge in order to get everything aligned in the booth.
-We want to maintain the same color scheme as the attached logo for everything.
-Keep in mind there is a 4" gap from the floor to bottom of the banner
-We would like to work into one of the upper corners "Tucker's Raw Frozen and Treats" in our Franklin Gothic Font
- Front end does not need to be draw, a brown fill would be ideal so we can push the fiberglass front end up against it.
Overall, it should look fairly similar to our existing logo, but the perspective and dimensions need to be to scale on the banner template so that the truck front piece matches up when we push slide it up against the banner.
++Just to clarify, we physically have everything from the door jam forward from the truck (white front end picture is what we have). We want to slide the piece up against the banner and make it look as if the truck was driving out of the banner.++
Per the Banner Company:
- The graphics need to be 150 DPI (Dots Per Inch) in CMYK mode
- Overall Graphic layout is 233.5" x 90"
- Safe Viewable Zone 225.5" x 82.5"