Need a new label (front and back) designed for use on a spray bottle of household cleaner called Bioshield. I have a very clear idea of what this needs to look like. We're going for a friendly and safe look that makes a person think "protection" - examples are provided. In the attached zip, you will find several things: [url removed, login to view] - Photo I took of the current (and very bad) label for Bioshield and a bottle of commercial strength Windex sitting right next to it. [url removed, login to view] - Photo of current Bioshield bottle sitting next to the Windex bottle [url removed, login to view] - Back of the Bioshield bottle, up close [url removed, login to view] - Front of Windex bottle, up close [url removed, login to view] - Back of Windex bottle, up close [url removed, login to view] - Picture of Windex so you can more clearly see the blue color used and the white burst in the background [url removed, login to view] - Bottle of OxiClean spray for color and design reference 21443, 184825, 388th, [url removed, login to view], [url removed, login to view] - All examples of shapes of shields rough example [url removed, login to view] - Sketch I drew in Photoshop of roughly how the front label should look (we'll add some more details once this part is made) back label [url removed, login to view] - Sketch I made of how the back label should be laid out. Thank you, Greg
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