Port City Magazine
What do you do?
Port City Magazine collaborates with port authorities to produce a publication about for the port & logistics related industries. The magazine engages the key stakeholders responsible for the development of port & related logistics industries. Port City, promotes integrated strategies between the port, business, industry, government and the city.
How many pages of illustration do you need?
We need the different sections of the magazine Port, Business, Industry, Government, City, Directory to have the first letter illustrated in a styled form to begin an article in that section.
Does your illustration need to be a particular size?
Smallest size would be 2cmx2cm, but should be able to scale up.
What is your industry?
Port & Logistics
Describe the target audience for your illustration
Business to Business related to freight logistics. Type of business:
Architects & Planners | Associations & Trade Organizations | Attorneys | Automobile Transport & Processing | Bulk Handling - Equipment & Services | Bunkering/Marine Fuels | Cables - Power, Equipment & Systems | Canine Detection (K-9) Services | Cargo Inspection/Detection Technologies | Classification & Certification Services | Computer Systems, Software & Technologies | Conferences, Trade Shows & Exhibitions | Construction Management | Consultants - Port & Industry | Container & Chassis Sales & Leasing | Container Handling - Equipment & Services Corrosion Protection Systems Cranes - Equipment & Services | Cruise Port Equipment, & Services | Diesel & Engine Services | Diving & Underwater Services | Dredging | Economic Development Maritime | Electrification Equipment & Systems | Engineering | Environmental Engineering & Consulting | Equipment Leasing Sales & Financing | Executive Search Services | Fendering - Dock & Marine | Financial Services Industry | Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) | Fumigation Services | Government Agencies & Services (S.A.) | Government Agencies & Services (Intl) | Governmental Relations Specialists | Hazardous Materials Handling & Transport | Heavy Lift Equipment & Services | Information Technology - Port & Industry | Insurance & Risk Management | Logistics & Intermodal Services & Equipment | Marine Construction | Marine Construction - Equipment & Supplies | Marine Electronics & Communications | Marine Equipment & Supplies | Maritime Economic Development | Maritime Education & Training | Maritime Equipment Maintenance | Marketing, Advertising & Public Relations | Material Handling & Storage | Navigation Systems & Technologies | Petroleum & Petrochemicals Industry | Piling, Docks & Wharves | Port Development, Design & Planning | Publishing - Industry & Trade | Rail Equipment & Services | Real Estate & Property Management | Rope, Wire & Cable Products | Salvage Security Systems, Services & Technologies | Shipyards & Ship Repair | Shipping Lines & Agents | Stevedoring & Cargo Handling | Structures & Shelters | Surveyors - Marine | Terminal Operators | Terminal Technologies & Systems | Testing Laboratories & Services | Towing, Tug & Harbor Services | Trucking - Intrastate & Interstate | VTIS - Vessel Traffic Information Services
What 3 things would you like to communicate to your audience through your lillustration?
Your custom letters/type/font P, B, I, G, C, D must embrace and accent the client's logo in the attached pdf and eps document. The document will show an example of how a graphic and playful interpretation of the client's logo can be achieved. Each letter illustration concept maybe enhanced with an element/image/symbol/icon that illustrates what the letter/type represents i.e. P for Port = P custom illustration & Harbour illustration (see attached pdf to see what I mean)
Style and Concept
What lillustration styles do you like?
see attached images
What colors do you want to see in your illustration?
Dominant Primary Colour
See colour ratio usage in pdf or eps attached
What colors do you NOT want to see in your illustration?
Neon colours .... stick with the corporate colour palette given. But should work in black and white too.
What adjectives should best describe your illustration?
Technical, Classic, Fun
Where will you use the illustration (print, website, etc.)?
Print and Web
Do you have additional info or links you'd like to share?
The attached illustrations and images serve as inspiration. Don't forget that the objective is to use the client's logo in the way that is directed in the document to achieve a fun type.
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