Archive | May, 2013

Logo Creation

30 May

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Ship – Club De Ruyter Logo. The customer provided a “pencil sketch” type of art as a reference point. The challenge was to make a logo that could be clearly seen even when its small and engraved on glass. The Club De Ruyter whisky glass engraved with the ship logo can be seen by clicking here

Leaf – Zen Japanese Restaurant Logo. The customer caters to the upper middle market segment. The design projects a quiet natural elegance to complement the intended atmosphere of the restaurant. The black used for the “zen” symbolize the zen concept of emptiness, while the white purity. The ancient chinese script projects a sense of tradition in a generally neo modern design, this mirrors the food being rooted in traditional recipes but presented in a modern way. The green leaf embodies that which natural, wholesome and hints at life itself. The overall design projects the restaurant as not just a place to eat but as a choice and statement of life style.

Noodle – Yi Mian Fu Logo.  The customer serves cooked noodles for massed market segment. The logo uses a  bright and striking colour scheme  to attract attention and to give a cheerful feel. The chinese words are stylized as a chopstick, noodles and bowl. The round circle symbolize “fullness”, or in other words, a satisfying meal.

SND – SND Logo. The customer had a rough sketch with which they wish to print a number of tshirts. We refined the logo to a ready to use high resolution state and then printed the tshirt for them.

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Metal & Wood Plaque

15 May

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Can be hung on wall or desktop standing Metal front, Wooden back.

Usually used for print and display of Certificates and News Articles, but c-an also be used as a Photo Display.

Other option: adding an epoxy bubble coat

 

You may also want to have art services to enhance the look of your article or certificate. Please click here.

 

Display Box

3 May

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acrylic boxBox cost is dependant on size and any add on features the customer may have. An economy option is also available where we supply the customer with the individual pre-cut panels and the customer assembles and glue Do-It-Yourself basis.

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Drinkware

3 May

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Printed ceramic mug:

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Variation of the above mug is the heat change mug which changes colour when warm. It can also be printed on, in the same way as the standard mug.

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Duo Ply Plastic Colours

3 May

Duo Ply Material are for making of signs and tags of various sizes and shapes. It works on the basis of engraving away the top layer (a colour) to reveal a 2nd layer (a 2nd colour). Colours available are below – subject to stock.

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Engrave on Notebook, Tablet Computers & Accesories

2 May

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Photo Restoration

2 May

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Photo restoration is highly dependent of the condition of the current photo to be restored.

The effect is on the degree of improvement as well as cost.

Costs start from as low as SGD15 and upwards depending on the amount of work needed.

We will be able to do a preliminary advise on expectations and costs after looking at the photo to be restored.

Mosaic

2 May

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A mosaic consist of smaller images to form a large image. It may be a compilation of photo snapshots of shared memories, of people in an organisation, of products under a company’s umbrella etc.

Physically this can take the form of posters, banners, wall paper, tiles, murals and a variety of other visual displays. The sample above was printed as A1 (841 x 594 mm) poster and framed.

The left image attempts to show what it might look like from a few meters away, and the right image is a zoomed in view of the red boxed area on the left image. It shows what it looks like up close.

The best cost, image quantity and overall quality balance is at around 100 images as input.  It is best that the input images are varied in general colour and brightness for best overall results.

We generally assume free play to crop the input images in the mosaic creation process.

Please talk to us for more details.