Note that there
is more room on the sheet. I reduced the tapper and hand to less
than half its original size. I moved your name to the upper right
to give it balance. You got loads of room. The logo in the corner
should be in color like the rest of the sheet. I also distorted
the logo that is beneath the beer spill just as it would appear
in real life. I did reduce the logo, but I wouldn't make it any
smaller. Keep in mind, the best correspondence is brief with lots
of space around it. You should never fill this sheet with text.
name you can put a subject line or a "To: SoAndSo."
Note that I
added bubbles in strategic spots in the spill. It really adds depth
and life to it. Sometimes I amaze myself.
would recommend it be printed on a smaller stock and trimmed to
a sheet 8 inches high maximum. This way it can be folded in half
and put into a standard envelope, paper clipped to a report or large
sheet of paper.
the file as a JPG and integrated into two Microsoft Word templates.
This way you could just open it up on your computer, type away,
and output the note on an office laser printer.
6x9 Long NotePaper NEW!
letter size II
notepad size II
High Res JPG illustration
is the 6x9 inch format. Click on the link at left to download the
stationery with the graphic embedded and text boxes in place.
you really can't print full bleed (off the edge) when printing to
a laser or ink jet printer. Now a commercial printer can print full
bleed because they just trim the sheet after it's printed. There
will be a white margin above the hand which will form a frame or
vignette. If you don't want this and want a full bleed off the edge
on top, just cut the top off to the edge of the hand. If you have
a good paper cutter in the office, this will work great.
is the Kirchhoff Distributing Company Logos and Graphics page on
garyolsen.com. At left is one of the patriarchs of the company whose
portrait is part of a large graphic design project celebrating the
legacy and history of Kirchhoff Distributing Company. A special
series of portraits was prepared by Gary Olsen, and you can see
the evolutionary process of this commission in a virtual studio
right here on this Web site. Just
is particularly interesting because the finished product is a large
framed montage of images including some fascinating and colorful
beverage distributor memorabilia, collected items from Kirchhoff's
long history. Did you know the firm started out as an ice cream
Type and Color Scheme
Note that the
logo at right is a full-color logo, which means to get the good
blends and depth, the logo must be reproduced in a four color process
which may be impractical for some applications where you can only
use solid colors. In the event solid colors are used, the above
color fornulas and Pantone equivelencies have been provided. A good
vector logo for spot color applications is featured below.
On the gold
metalic part, it's best to use a gold metalic if you're working
in decal vinyl. But if you are screen printing a flat color, Pantone
612 will work.