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Thread: IAF Sticker. Which to Print?!

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    IAF Sticker. Which to Print?!

    Here is the original IAF logo design, and a potential new design.

    #1 is a 2 piece sticker that is cut from colored vinyl. First the white goes on, and then you put the red in the open space.

    #2 is a 1 piece sticker that is printed in color on vinyl, and leaves a white stroke on the outside I illustrated in for you here. It will be printed larger than the previous sticker, for those who do have them.

    Also, for both please ignore the shadow effect, that is there because of the white background, most of you will place these on windows which will contrast and show the sticker clearly as if it was a black background.



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    I'm a fan of the first one, looks more modern.
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    I like the 1st one

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    I like the second one more. The first one looks like it belongs on a Honda. Not necessarily a bad thing but not something I would stick on my car.
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    I agree with dan, #2
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    i like the 2nd one
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    I agree with Dan...I just wish they weren't printed...would last longer and look better on a couple layers of colored vinyl
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    I agree with what fiddy said
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    The problem with using layered vinyl is its doubling the cost, and its not easy for average joe to stick on his car. But keep the comments coming it helps me out a lot.

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    i dont mind the 2nd one at all; but i'm curious to see what it will look like after a year now that fiddy said that. i dont care much for the first one.
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