Create A Graphic of a Geological Cross Section for a Glass Partition
- Status: Closed
- Prize: $350
- Entries Received: 20
- Winner: Stanislava21
We are a geological consulting group in Vancouver, Canada, and are shortly moving into a new office! One of the things we focus on is education and mentoring students who are interested and / or looking to get into the industry.
We are excited as this new space comes with a classroom, where we will be able to host groups of children and adults to come look at displays and learn about all things Earth Science.
The classroom is separated from the rest of the office by a large glass window and a door, and so we are looking to have something designed that we can then print onto opaque sheets and placed over the glass to give some privacy from the busy office which may be a distraction.
The dimensions of the window are 71 inches by 71 inches, and the adjoining door is 66.5inches by 27 inches (see attached files). The glass currently has a frosted strip which we will remove to replace with the new image.
The furniture in the images will be gone, and replaced with our own which is more antique looking. As such, we have been inspired by old cross-sectional images of geology drawn 100+ years ago.
What we are looking for in this contest is:
- a geological cross section that is looks continuous across the window and door panel
- muted antique colors (see attached examples)
- no text should be added
- the design should cover from the bottom of the glass to at least half way to three quarters of the way up.
- files should be delivered in Adobe Illustrator or PDF format to allow large scale printing
We will put the final entries before our entire staff for judging before deciding on the final design! This will be a signature piece and right in the entry of the office, so we are looking for something unique and eye catching.
We look forward to seeing what you can imagine for us!
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