i have achieved another goal in my graphic design career.
any designer can tell you how elated they were to first see their work printed out, brochures, magazine ads etc.
i have seen all the small print possibilities (brochures, store displays, magazines, newsprint) and i've been waiting for my first billboard.
i got close once, but now i've actually reached the goal.
since this is a horrible nighttime camera-phone pic, i guess i should describe the details, the line through the middle is a power line, the background of the board is a concrete wall that darkens to black behind the braggame rights logo, and the logo is actually crisp and clean, but the photo doesn't tell that same tale.
i was the hands on this one, the copy and vision were dictated, but despite the donors, it's still my baby.
there are two billboards, this one is in superior, the other is in duluth and has the line "game on!" (game on was on a list of ideas i had once the single line, logo, location, web address layout was okayed by all parties)
some earlier versions were more ornate and used some of the design elements of the braggame rights' shopping bags.