Illustrate an image to be used on the side our our Skin Care Boxes
- Statut: Closed
- Prix: $80
- Propositions reçues: 15
- Gagnant: elenabsl
Résumé du concours
We are launching a skin care line for very sensitive skin. This is a contest to illustrate an image to be used on the sides of one/some of our boxes to show how/where/why to use this product. We want it to be cute, original, fresh, go along with our brand. We want it to appeal to all ages and men, women and children and even babies. We do not want to appear that our products are appropriate for only women or only adults OR only children.
1. An image to go on the side of one of our products that shows how the product will be used. I am attaching a photo of a similar type of image on a competitor's box. This image is trademarked and we want to come up with one that is our own and is unique. I am also attaching a mock up of one of our products (not finished yet) so you can see the feel of the brand.
Here is the copy and suggested things to include in this image:
A diagram of a body showing all the places it can be used:
Please refer to the box for Gold Bond Ultimate healing concentrated therapy---
this is a trademarked image, but I want to do one that is our own and more cute and more human looking.
Soothes and calms itchy eczema —pointing to the inside fold of the elbows and/or behind the knees
Repairs the skin’s protective barrier—with a little image of big scales of skin that have been laid flat after the ointment is put on
Coats cracked, peeling fingers
Moisturizes elephant elbows and feet
Irons out snake skin shins
Takes the fire out of windburned cheeks—Pointing to fiery cheeks—cheeks with little fires next to them
For crazy dry skin
Protects scrapes and boo boos
We will need the image in a vector file.
Commentaire de l'employeur
“She did an AMAZING job at designing an image for our packaging...not only did she have creative ideas, but she gave us many options that make the finished product look awesome. We have hired her again for another job!”
Skincaredesign, United States.