corporate holiday cards - Winter Cityscape

Tags: corporate holiday cards, minimal, corporate, buildings, city, downtown, snow, night, holiday, business, company, wreath, fun, joy, happiness, love, peace,

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About Angelene

Angelene
  • Minted Feb 22, 2012
  • 3 Awards
  • 163 Comments made
  • 2339 Votes cast

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A simple winter illustrative cityscape with a building decorated with a holiday wreath.

tags:

corporate holiday cards, minimal, corporate, buildings, city, downtown, snow, night, holiday, business, company, wreath, fun, joy, happiness, love, peace,

colors shown:

Teal, White, Charcoal, Evergreen, Crimson,

design inspired by:

Square Non-Photo Card

submitted on:

Mar 26 2012

Edited on:

Jun 07 2012

comments:

5

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Angelene
Angelene
@angelene
Joined 2012 · 3 awards won

changed the "Wishing your company...." text font to Old Claude... I tested that line with other swirly fonts but couldn't achieve a good balance... So I simplified it and feel that less might be more for that line... let me know your thoughts on the swirls, to keep? or not to keep?

7 years agoreply
Kim Dietrich Elam
Kim Dietrich Elam
@kimdietrichelam
Joined 2011 · 63 awards won

great changes!

7 years agoreply
Guess What Design Studio
Guess What Design Studio
@guesswhat
Joined 2008 · 148 awards won

Ooh, I like this! :)

7 years agoreply
Ana Gonzalez
Ana Gonzalez
@anagonzalez
Joined 2010 · 35 awards won

I think you have your first winner here!!! So fun and unique, love it! You might be able to use some of this buildings for the new challenge, ha!

7 years agoreply
Kim Dietrich Elam
Kim Dietrich Elam
@kimdietrichelam
Joined 2011 · 63 awards won

Congrats on your pick - so close to being in the top 30! :)

7 years agoreply

VERSION 4SUBMITTED ON 03/28/2012 04:34 am

Angelene
Angelene
@angelene
Joined 2012 · 3 awards won

edited the wreath (added ribbon to the bow), simplified the swirls, and spaced out the text to make it more breathable... :) let me know your thoughts...

7 years agoreply
Dawn Jasper
Dawn Jasper
@dawnjasper
Joined 2010 · 53 awards won

I really love this! Your subtle details are great :) Just being nit-picky now - I'm not crazy about the Albemarle Swash, especially the "th" combo. I'm wondering if there is another font that will still give you the swashy feel, but would have more alternate characters for everything to fit together a little smoother.

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VERSION 3SUBMITTED ON 03/28/2012 12:25 am

Angelene
Angelene
@angelene
Joined 2012 · 3 awards won

Fine tuned the bottom details, and added some "Bickham Script" ornaments swirls to complement Albemarle Swash type. :)

7 years agoreply
Lauren Elisabeth
Lauren Elisabeth
@laurenelisabeth
Joined 2011 · 2 awards won

i love the changes you've made to this in the past few hours :) i think the design is sitting/weighing a little bit heavy in the space right now, have you tried maybe moving it up a little bit & spacing out the text just a tad bit more (not overdoing it but just giving it a little bit of air--i think the text under the design could be moved closer to the design, and the swirls below the last line of text could be moved down, and then the whole design up on the page a tad bit)

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Angelene
Angelene
@angelene
Joined 2012 · 3 awards won

oOooh thanks lauren, i see what you mean! thanks for looking out! i'll take care of the spacing to make it more breathable... thanks for your extra set of eyes! <3

7 years agoreply

VERSION 2SUBMITTED ON 03/27/2012 09:09 am

Angelene
Angelene
@angelene
Joined 2012 · 3 awards won

changed the background colour to teal and added more to the bottom details... and finally figured out how to make those grungy borders :/ i wanted to create frosty edges... let me know your thoughts :)

7 years agoreply
Elina
Elina
@eiyela
Joined 2012

Ooh, I like this. Very nice and frosty-looking.

7 years agoreply
Oma N. Ramkhelawan
Oma N. Ramkhelawan
@oma
Joined 2011 · 206 awards won

Loving this Angelene! Very creative!

7 years agoreply
Kim Dietrich Elam
Kim Dietrich Elam
@kimdietrichelam
Joined 2011 · 63 awards won

very nice!

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Giselle Zimmerman
Giselle Zimmerman
@gisellezimmerman
Joined 2010 · 17 awards won

So cute !

7 years agoreply
Thy Tran
Thy Tran
@thytran
Joined 2012 · 1 awards won

I like your background, frosty brrrr :)

7 years agoreply
Serenity Avenue
Serenity Avenue
@serenityavenue
Joined 2011 · 46 awards won

I like the changes!

7 years agoreply
Angelene
Angelene
@angelene
Joined 2012 · 3 awards won

woke up this morning to all your lovely comments! thank you all so much for your encouragement and kind words! it really means a lot <3 :)

7 years agoreply
Chris
Joined 2012

Awesome design, cute but still professional. Great job =)

7 years agoreply
chica design
chica design
@chicadesign
Joined 2009 · 90 awards won

am absolutely crazy about this! great job

7 years agoreply

VERSION 1SUBMITTED ON 03/27/2012 03:03 am

Kim Dietrich Elam
Kim Dietrich Elam
@kimdietrichelam
Joined 2011 · 63 awards won

I like your cityscape, Angelene! I would add a business name (who it's from) at the bottom and, maybe, the year.

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Angelene
Angelene
@angelene
Joined 2012 · 3 awards won

thank you kim! I've been trying to figure out what to put at the bottom! you're way too helpful! love it! :))

7 years agoreply