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Feb 25, 2013, 11:17 #1
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Suggestions for Designing Around Profoundly Bad Artwork
I have a small web project from a client who has obviously done his own artwork. I've worked with bad artwork before, but this isn't just bad, it's bad.
I've got two logos here (not sure why). It's a lousy picture of a piece of equipment and the name business name in the first font they could find. The next one is worse, it's bunch of clip-art randomly strewn around (full of aliasing and all ... they didn't even try to blend it).
The budget is tight as it is; there is no room for rebranding.
Any tips on designing around such incredibly bad artwork?