Reformat Bottle Label to Fit New Bottle Size
- Status: Closed
- Præmier: $200
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- Vinder: jrayhan
We sell a bottled cologne for men called Ammunition (or "Ammo" cologne, for short) and need to have our bottle label reformatted in Adobe Illustrator to accomodate our new, smaller bottle size.
We need 2 different size layouts done so we can compare them on an actual bottle and determine which one would work best.
Here is a video showing what we're going for:
As described in the video, the 2 sizes we need to compare are:
1. 1 5/8 inch x 2 7/8 inch
2. 1 5/8 inch x 3 3/8 inch
Attached are all of the asset files you need to do this, including a photo we took of the 2 label sizes we demonstrated in the video.
Here is a list of the included files and why we included them:
"Font" folder: This folder contains all the possible iterations of the font we used on our current label. Unfortunately this folder does NOT contain the font used for the "Ammunition" text itself - we lost that font years ago. It would be great if you could re-create it again using our included PDF logo and Adobe Illustrator file, but if not, you can just use the flat logo file we are including with these asset files.
"Graphics" folder: This folder contains all of the essential graphics we need to include on the new label, as well as some graphics that would be nice to have if they can fit properly and look good in the new layout. We have labeled each graphic according to whether it is essential or merely nice to have. Keep in mind that obviously the larger version of the 2 labels we need would be able to accomodate more of these graphics and still look good, while some sacrifices might have to be made for the smaller label. It's important to note that you should NOT use these exact files in your final Adobe Illustrator file because some of them are not high quality enough to use and are only provided as samples of what the graphic should look like. You would have to create high quality vector versions of them for the final Adobe Illustrator file.
"Old Label" folder: This folder contains our current Ammo label for the larger 30 mL bottle, as well as a large PDF of the logo itself and a texture image showing how the brushed silver texture looks when the label is printed. The Adobe Illustrator file in this folder is provided to show you a sample of how the current label looks to give you a better guide on how to position all the various elements needed for the new label.
Some text, etc from the current label will need to be changed for this new label that will go on the smaller bottle, so for this reason PLEASE DO NOT simply copy the existing label. Here is what the new label will need to say on each panel:
Required Bottle Copy:
Ammo Badge Logo
℮ 10.7 mL
(Note, this is not a normal e. This is the “estimated symbol”. Unicode U+212E)
Side Panel 1:
Note: This is the larger side panel
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Purified Water, Dipropylene Glycol, Dodecane, Undecane, and less than 3% of the following: Organic Alcohol Denat., Fragrance, and Human Musks®
PAO (Period After Opening) Symbol, “36M”
Note: the sample PAO graphics in the Graphics folder do not have a number printed on them, but for our purposes on this label we need them to say "36M" on the PAO symbol
Side Panel 2:
Note: This is the smaller of the two side panels
1. Manufacturer Location:
™ & © 2022 Ammo Brand
Palo Alto, 94306
All rights reserved worldwide
2. PAO logo if it doesn’t fit on the other side panel
3. “Further Information” logo
Nice to have: “Meticulously Manufactured in [US/UK Flags]”
Note: This included sample for this is very low resolution so you would need to create a new high quality one
Nice to Have:
In order of importance
* “Meticulously manufactured in [Colorized or BW US/UK Flags]”
* “Neuroinfluence Technology”
* Eurodot recycle logo
* Vegan, leaping bunny cruelty-free
Thank you for your help with this project!
“Knows exactly what we need and always makes the needed changes to fit the spec. Definitely want to work with on future projects”
iceman333, United States.