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Jon Butterworth
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Here goes ... pick from these!

We (Sue,Vicki and myself) had a hard time selecting just ten for you to chose from.

They are NOT listed in our order of preference.

List them #1 to #10 and add your comment why you vote the top one.

Voting finishes April 2nd. I will post the results then.

The "Winner" will receive an e-mail file of the SOTM "Certificate" complete with their name and the sign suitable for printing and framing. Thank you Don Coplen for designing it.

#1

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#2
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#3
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#4
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#5

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#6
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#7
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#8
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Sorry, only allowed to post 8 images at a time!!!!

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Here's the other two.

#9
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#10
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That's MARCH .... let's try APRIL too.

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Here's the Certificate

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my goodness...they are all so lovely! i'll have to think about it!

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I like #8!

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#3. Just way too cool in the world of a racing fool kind of way.

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#3 is my vote.....#7 ran a very close second...

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Number seven grabs my attention. Cool stuff!

I like the balance and use of all elements together. Gold is ALWAYS cool!

Number eight gets my second place vote. I like the way the frog pokes through the sign! Nice stuff!

-grampa dan

[ March 27, 2005, 11:51 PM: Message edited by: Dan Sawatzky ]

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Thanks for the eye candy!
I can't choose.
That's like asking what's the best tool ... well if I want to drive a nail it aint my kick-ass jigsaw... and my really nice socket set doesn't help cut a board very well.

Each is an example of a great tool for what it is ... (Wow, those kick butt)

I can't see the cute frog at the rock quary and the digging robot might scare people at the winery but are near perfect where they are.

Sorry, I just can't choose, let alone try to explain why ...

wow, that's some nice work there


Thanks, for putting it together

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My vote goes to #3, super job.

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My vote goes to no.1

A true advertising design at work here.

I like the way the sign projects are being judged,..By sign people & not letting the name known of the makers before the judging.

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I'm with Mark, I can't choose just one. The projects are so different and each seems so individually appropriate.
Thanks for showing some great stuff!

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#3- variety of colour, variety of contrast, humour factor, out-of-ordinary layout all tied in cohesively...(wish it was me who thought it up & did it!)

But all are good in their field. It's interesting how a good sign can be made or broken by a good or bad photo of it.

Well done folks!

edit to add:
2nd choice #7, for reasons mentioned by others, plus the thought to use the main word and break out of the boundaries set by the panel, as well as the thought to be extravagant and use THREE posts to hold the sign up, which suits it so well visually
3rd choice the robot of Dan's for its uniqueness amongst a myriad of other adjectives of approval!

[ March 28, 2005, 07:44 AM: Message edited by: Ian Stewart-Koster ]

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It's very much apples & oranges- as in asking "what is a sign"... but I like #4 and #5 (as well as all the others in their places)

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#3 is really an attention grabber. That's my pick

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sign 7 gets my vote because of its class and elegance.

3. is second as it is colorful and fun looking and the truck toon is hand done.

5. is 3rd becuase it is totally different

All are great no disrespect to the others

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#5

It fits well in the 3-5 second rule, not to mention it most likely can be seen from far away, and.....if that doesnt grab your attention, then your either blind or dead. [Rolling On The Floor]

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A beauty contest of signs kinda makes me uncomfortable. It's like trying to choose between cheesecake and chocolate.
But I like #7 the best.
The colors work, it's simple yet elegant, the installation is attractve, and any time I see someone using Arthur's Alphabets it just plain makes me feel good.
#4 would be my second, #6 my third, #8 my fourth.
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My first pick would be entry 7.
I find the sizes of the text compliment theach other and fit the format well. It pleases me to see some well done hand drawn letters also. I like the letters breaking out of the defined boundaries of the sign shape. This design could also be modified to accomodate a double faced sign with some work.

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For a flat sign, #6 is great,

BUUUT, my vote goes to #7

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I really like and appreciate ALL of them and the work, imagination and time involved in them, but in order of my least favorite to numero uno:

10. #5
9. #1
8. #4
7. #10
6. #8
5. #9
4. #6
3. #2
2. #3

Number 1 pic: #7 ~ Lot of pleasing elements of a dimensional sign: Dimensional letters, nice cut-out shape, pictorial-(either dimensional or hand-painted) and a different approach to post-installation arrangement.

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7!

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#1 Best effective advertising
#2 Best sandblasted sign
#3 Best original artwork
#4 Best carved insert
#5 Best original 3D creation
#6 Best flatpainted sign
#7 Best...Letterhead ideal(if there is such a thing)
#8 Best unusual idea
#9 Best corporate elegance
#10 Best handcarved lettering

For nothing else but personal taste I choose then in this order

10. #10
9. #2
8. #3
7. #5
6. #1
5. #9
4. #8
3. #4
2. #6
1. #7

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#7 with the froggy running a close 2nd!

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#3, #5, & #8

Great stuff!

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7 and back up 4 I really like the Jefferson Head.

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...8 (#1). 5 (#2), and 7 (#3).

...and one of the entrants needs to read the MIKE STEVENS book! (...which one, which one??)

...Really, they all look good. :")

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#7

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Okay - I'm confused - do we vote here on this post, and if so why can't anyone follow directions Jon? [Confused]
Oh yeah....we're creative & have got to do things different... [Razz]

They are all great....but....
#9 hasn't been mentioned yet and I love the colors & stately elegance. I really want to see a close up of the medallion. It looks gorgeous!
#5 & #8 are fun!!!!

[ March 28, 2005, 01:46 PM: Message edited by: Kelly Thorson ]

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7 & 4

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You didn't make it easy! I have to go with #8. One of the main things a sign has to do is get your attention. Then you read it. #8, with the three posts did that. Every sign you have listed is capable of winning, this one caught my eye instantly.

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I like #3 the most (COLOR!) & #8 next...

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#4. Sharp, clean and highly legible.

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I had a lot of trouble comparing these entries. They're all too good! If the contest were catagorized by material or genra or purpose my conclusions would have been very different. My only resort was to compare them to "what I wish I had done, or had in MY portfolio".

10.#9
9. #6
8. #4
7. #10
6. #7
5. #2
4. #3
3. #1
2. #5
1. #8

It was real hard choosing between 8 and 5. Both hit me hard because they are such unexpected treatments. On another day I may have reversed the order on those two, but I think it was the soft colors of the frog and the natural wood slab that swayed me in it's favor.

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To me it depends if #3 is hand done or digital printed
I like #7 the best with #3 in second.
If #3 is all hand done then I would choose it

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To tuff to call. All Excellent and very pleasing to the eye.

Gotta go with #3, it just did something to me the first time I saw it. OUTRAGIOUS!

(Besides, I really like TOONS)

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I assure you #3 is ALL hand done!

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I vote for #6, but #7 is tied with it. But I'll give #6 my vote.
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#1

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I'll use my first post to vote for #5. I love it. If it were sold as an action figure I would stand it on top of my monitor. #7 would be my second choice, and #8 my third.

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