SixProductions has picked a winning print design

For $400 they received 68 design concepts from 16 designers!

  • Award 1
    7b by TeaBerry

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Dates

Starts:10-Jun-13 7:32 p.m. GMT

Ends:20-Jun-13 11:59 p.m. GMT

Awards

Award 1: $400, was awarded to TeaBerry

Formats

JPG, Vector EPS

Contract

Preview: crowdSPRING Contract

Materials

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Creative brief

The buyer added updates to the brief. Read them.

Business Name

Six Productions

What do you do?

Publish biographies

How many pages of print design do you need?

One book cover

List the size requirement(s) for your print design

We're publishing the book electronically first, so we need something that we can use for that and eventually for the physical book.

What is your industry?

Publishing and Media

Describe the target audience for your print design

Seuss fans and people who would be interested in reading a biography.

What 3 things would you like to communicate to your audience through your print design?

Intelligence, mystery and playfulness.

What print design styles do you like?

Silhouettes and stripes.

What colors do you want to see in your print design?

Colors are not as important, Seuss would be associated with red and white.

What colors do you NOT want to see in your print design?

Brown?

What adjectives should best describe your print design?

We want to avoid anything that would directly be related to the characters that Dr. Seuss created.

How will you use the print design?

We will use it as a book cover.

What content must be included in the print design?

The name of the book and the author.

Brief updates

11-Jun-13 10:08 p.m. GMT
Incorporation of Seussesque elements that suggest creation, youth or beginnings. For example: a hand drawing on a piece of paper or a close-up on a typewriter or a notebook where the letters are images.

Ted Geisel was an inveterate journal keeper with doodles and noodles and absurdist thoughts taking over from the margins of the page and overwhelming whatever notes he was supposed to have been taking (in class).

Perhaps some journal (as if from his perspective) with a prosaic landscape magically assuming Seussian proportions on the page before him.
12-Jun-13 4:08 p.m. GMT
The title of the book is: The Birth of Dr. Seuss
14-Jun-13 4:45 p.m. GMT
Just wanted to give a bit more time for our extra notes.