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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by sticklelm, Oct 24, 2013.
Here is what I am using. I will get a picture of my truck with these new decals tomorrow.
Jammer: Thats the craziest logo I've ever seen. Not necessarily in a bad way, it looks professional, and I bet it looks really cool on trucks and trailers. But if it didn't say "lawn care" I would assume you were a football team or something.
Stickle: Just checked out your website and I REALLY like it. Really ****in nice. Simple and professional. I also like your cards a lot, very professional, eye catching and straight to the point. I was curious what the back of the card looks like as I can see lines where it looks like you'd write something. If you don't wanna post it on here for any reason PM is cool. I've been doing a bit of card critiquing all the time (can never decide if I like a card or not, and my last two cards are very different from one another). Love the website though.
i'm using the one on top now, no shading though. Its all i had in JPG format to post. i thought about trying to get a professional to fix it up for me next year. Its simple, but i think its atleast memorable so i can live with it for now. The one on bottom i had some cool texture thing going on, but it just wasn't to good on printed stuff.
Not the best quality pic, but heres my logo.
I like the clean look he's got here!
Here is mine
What's on my trailer.
What's on my letterhead, FB, invoices, cover sheet, etc. Not that my name means anything, but, I've found many people know my name and can't remember my business, vice versa. It covers two bases.
My work shirts, front and back.
My work jacket, front and back.
My casual wear. I've just bought a variety colors and long sleeves, as well as a hoodie. They'll be screened with my phone number in white, like my trailer logo. The first round should've been that way, but, somehow "just like my trailer logo" wasn't understood.
Business cards. Those with my city's name are used only in close proximity of where I'm from. Further out, I use the ones without a city, so people don't think I only service Taylorville. Glossy fronts required a glossy back, so that's why the pinstriped artwork. Next time, I'll probably add provided services on the back.
The entire presentation.
Ducnut - pinstriping on the back of your business card is sick.