I have decided that I should add more products to the Japanese Restaurant Banner which you can see if you click HERE .
I believe that company t-shirts are important and especially in catering. I have created a small range of these t-shirts with the name of the restaurant. With this idea I have decided that these t-shirts could be sold to the customers. In this post I am expanding the possibility.
The idea was to make it quite funny.
The row above is serious and could really work for the members of staff quite well. The row below is bit more sinister.
The row below is introducing the products which could be sold to the customers.
Below you can see the image from closer.
Every designer should care for marketing. I have designed this sheet for possible advert in the magazine or other publishing devices.
If this would be for real, they would be sold in the RHS shop as a memorabilia. We ladies sometimes love to have something to reminds the places we have once visited.
If you own a pair of jeans or trousers (which I am assuming you do), you’ll probably need a top to go with them. I wanted to design something quite playful and funny. Like the example below showing London silhouette.
A T-shirt is a style of unisex fabric shirt named after the T shape of its body and sleeves. Traditionally it has short sleeves and a round neckline, known as a crew neck, which lacks a collar. T-shirts are generally made of a stretchy, light and inexpensive fabric and are easy to clean. Typically made of cotton textile in a stockinette or jersey knit, it has a distinctively pliable texture compared to shirts made of woven cloth. Some modern versions have a body made from a continuously knitted.
The material used would be 100% cotton.
I didn’t want to design too many variations as sometimes it is good to keep it simple.
The product is Crafted to carry up to 10kg of weight, this toe bag is perfect for your everyday needs. And because it’s reusable and 100% bio-degradable, you can save the environment while you shop. I have to think practically I needed something which can be easily taken care of.
For my new post I have decided to expand the idea around the show. I have decide to design fabric tote.
I like flowers very much so it was delightful to work on something like this.
A practical yet stylish shopper bag featuring an illustrated design and a photography from 2019 show capturing the essence of Chelsea.
Bag is made from 100% cotton and sit comfortable on your shoulder.
Measures 40cm x 36cm (excluding handles).
I have also create a vintage illustrations designs. I feel the potential customers would like the option of having more traditional look.
The colours featuring on those bags are again colour picked from the ones already presented in the image. I was aiming for subtle look. The main reason is too appeal as wider range of customers as possible.
For this post I have chosen how I would advertise my new men’s fragrance.
I have in mind posters for magazines and etc.
I wanted to create something attracting male audiences something quite rebellious.
One of the reasons for advertising is a
Advertising also serves to inform
the consumer about a product’s features, purpose and functionality. This
is especially crucial for companies unveiling new and innovative
products. Companies purveying technical items with complicated features
often release advertisements of individuals exploiting the use of these
items. Examples of ads that create product awareness include brochures,
online pop-up tutorials and how-to videos.
Increased Market Share
reason for advertising is to increase the company’s market share of a
given industry. Upon increasing the number of loyal consumers, the
company has flexibility with the product’s price elasticity. Simply put,
the company can raise prices with less reaction from customers. A
tactic used to increase market share may entail creating ads negating
the value of the competitor’s products. Commercials showing “test
studies” of efficacy of products vs competitors is one example of this
type of advertising.
In reality my product doesn’t really exist, but nothing is stopping me from giving it a go.
The photographs are from pexels.com the photographer’s names are listed below.
Sydney NSW, Australia
Curitiba, State of Paraná, Brazil
For creation of this leaflet I had to mock-up the prints on the t-shirts using Adobe Illustrator. London Zoological Society logo is real, address and website are real, but the shown products here do not exist.