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    I'd still say "no." But, depending on how "significantly different" it is from the original, you may not be in violation of the agreement. It would be a judgement call, with the operative...
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    17" is large format, not wide format.

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  • Fundraiser campaign

    made this for a local private school fundraiser... created it all from scratch... didnt use clip art or stock art.. got the idea from a stock art, but made it my own. im not crazy about the top part.. but thats what they wanted...

    the one on the left is what it will look like when they raise all their money, the one on the right is from the start... i used velcro to attach panels... that way they can re-use it again in 2 yrs... and so on...

    ive never posted my work on here, so im curios to see what everyone else thinks?
    Last edited by Ang; 12-06-2011, 02:43 AM.
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    Might be a good idea to indicate where the monies going. I cant read the small print at the top. Whats the significance of the hexagon. Not enough contrast between the red inverted keyhole and the % progression values. Cant tell what the big yellow box is at the top, is it a pot of gold. Might be an idea to make the excitement at the top a velcro jobby too. Its showing the excitement of OUR GOAL! even when the kitty is empty. Would some other light shade other than white be a better background, at least providing a little contrast between the white zones needing filled with the red velcro strips.
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    • #3
      $1.7 million!!! Holy heck.

      I think the velcro pieces will get lost, but I'm sure they can afford new pieces?

      It's a nice design. No idea what the money raised will be used for, as said earlier.

      It's nice though.

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      • #4
        thanks for you input guys... really apprciate it! i think they didnt want anything on there for what its for bc they are going to re use this every 2 years... the 1.7 mil is over a period of one year... one year up, one year down, one year up, etc. and yeah after raising 1.7 mil if they cant afford $13 worth of new decals for the velcro pieces, um yeah...

        the hexagon is their logo.. yeah its horrible... i have no idea how it ties into their school though...

        heartburn, i like your idea of a different background... we do these kind of signs alot, so i will def consider that on my next one... if i think about it later ill post another one i did a while ago... that one is waay different...
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