Sign - Rainbow Arcade
- Status: Closed
- Preis: $50
- Einträge eingereicht: 145
- Gewinner: francored
Kurzbeschreibung des Wettbewerbs
SIGN - RAINBOW ARCADE: A large original design is required for a SIGN to go on the outside of a shop/building - the signage space is quite wide, but not so deep in size, so an oblong/rectangle shape is preferred. This sign will also be used somewhere near the entry into the shop, at the rear of the shop, and for advertising purposes, etc.
The sign must include the words 'Rainbow Arcade' (preferably on one line, wording colour to include purple, bold/thick font/letters, easy to read lettering) and also an image/picture that includes all the colours of the rainbow (the picture/image does not have to be an actual 'rainbow', though it can be if it suits your design best).
Attached Files (below) include a picture of the old shopfront (prior to painting) - the words 'Highland Country Style' will be replaced with the words/graphic 'Rainbow Arcade'. Behind the wording (which is green in the attached photo), the background is painted in vertical rainbow colours (vertical but slightly sloped, like a rainbow would be), and the rainbow colours are also covering the area where the wording 'Manchester - Ladies, Mens & Childrens Outfitters - Fabrics' is (vertically, to match the top signage area). The front of the building (green in the photo) is currently painted purple, and the door is painted red. Also attached is a sample of similar colours used in the painting of the shopfront. It is not necessary for this signage to exactly match the attached colours, as the shop is being renovated and will be fully repainted prior to opening (there will be 4-5 shops inside the Rainbow Arcade building, and the entry/hallway will possibly be painted in rainbow colours also).
Please submit entries facing forward (front view) on plain white background (no 3D, embossing, lighting, etc), so it's easier to compare designs. Thank you.
Feedback vom Arbeitgeber
“Fran is very talented and designed a fantastic sign. Great work. Thank you Fran.”