Finish up work on WebFWD Rickshaw Bag Design

RESOLVED FIXED

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Marketing
Design
RESOLVED FIXED
6 years ago
6 years ago

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(Reporter: pfinette, Assigned: Sean Martell)

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Description

6 years ago
Created attachment 589700 [details]
Bag Rendering 1

A little while ago we discussed with Rickshaw Bagworks (a local messenger bag company) the production of a couple of WebFWD branded bags (meant as give-aways to some select people).

Sean did a good chunk of the original design work which we really like - this is mostly just about finishing this up and getting the artwork into a format which works for Rickshaw.

For reference - the following information is extracted from email conversations with the Rickshaw team, describing limitations and process:

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The pattern looks great! I'm a big fan and I would like to see this done in a few ways. We can digitally print the pattern onto polyester fabric, we use a double layer polyduck to give the fabric weight. Also, it looks as though you've placed the pattern on a dark fabric. Please note that the digitally printed fabric begins with a white base and  any color you'd like to see must be included in the artwork. Its as if we're printing on an inkjet printer with blank white paper. Hope that makes sense.

Please send the background art and the WebFWD logo in a high res format- drop box works great for this. I can have a sample bag made and send it to you for approval. At this time, we're looking at a 6-8 week turnaround due to the holidays. 

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Great! Artwork can be just about anything. Design parameters are basically our patterns - 20" x 39" for the outside and inside panels of the bag and 20" x 12" for the pocket dimensions. 

Things to stay away from
-mostly black printed patterns - its difficult to render black at its darkest. 

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Sean, take a look at our embellishment guide for some samples: www.rickshawbags.com/embellish. 

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The pattern which Sean created and we would like to go with is here:
http://cl.ly/2L1O1R0k321D0Y3R3y1N

Attached also some mock renderings of the bags done by Sean.
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Comment 1

6 years ago
Created attachment 589701 [details]
Bag Rendering 2

Comment 2

6 years ago
Sean, I know you're super busy but can you post the source files for the design you did as soon as you can? You can also just share it via email, whatever is fastest / easiest for you.  Thanks so much.
Assignee: tshahian → smartell
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Comment 3

6 years ago
To pile onto this - I'm happy to deal with all the rest, just need the high-res file for the pattern. :)

Comment 4

6 years ago
Here you go Pascal:  http://cl.ly/201S0m1m1u2b3l0g0r0Q

Closing this out, please do ping if you need help.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 6 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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Comment 5

6 years ago
Awesome. I'll shoot this over to the Rickshaw people and see if they need anything else (which I don't expect).

Thanks again!
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