LEC windscreen stickers

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What size should the LEC windscreen sticker be?

<2½" diameter
4
13%
2½-3" diameter
9
28%
3-3½" diameter
5
16%
> 3½" diameter
1
3%
Rectangular/square
13
41%
 
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Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 27.01.2007, 17:32

Most people seem to prefer an internal non-sticky sticker but size appears to be an issue. Vote now!

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Postby Enright » Sat 27.01.2007, 17:49

I voted 3 1/2" as that is the size of the Club Lotus one, and I was thinking standardisation.
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Postby Monty » Sat 27.01.2007, 17:52

Just to confuse the issue, what about a rectangular of the above header text but with the green background transparent (without the cars) IMO that would look classy :?
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Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 27.01.2007, 17:53

I still think they are a bit big. I'd prefer something about the size of the tax disc.
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Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 27.01.2007, 17:55

Monty wrote:Just to confuse the issue, what about a rectangular of the above header text but with the green background transparent (without the cars) IMO that would look classy :?


Not convinced!
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Postby Monty » Sat 27.01.2007, 18:01

Geoff, thats cause u`r Old Skool lol thinking of more of a stretched version

NORLOG did this one

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Postby dapinky » Sat 27.01.2007, 18:18

Okay, maybe i should know the answer, but how big is a tax disc?
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Postby Dico » Sat 27.01.2007, 18:26

Too big!
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Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 27.01.2007, 18:36

OLD SKOOL! :smt096

Already done the stretched one you cheeky git! :-D
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Postby donsladek » Sat 27.01.2007, 19:23

I vote for 2 1/2", same diameter as the Lotus LTD sticker in the US.
I cobbled one up a bit smaller (2 1/8") for my windshield.

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Postby Monty » Sat 27.01.2007, 19:43

Geoff,

can u do this one with the background transparent, think that looks quite Kool :-D

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Postby Enright » Sat 27.01.2007, 21:06

Monty, that looks great!

I think any LEC logo has to include the fast cat. That is a very good combination of cat, silouette and web address. Well done. 8)
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Postby Dico » Sat 27.01.2007, 21:52

donsladek wrote:I vote for 2 1/2"


Good man Don :-)

Nice and discreet, nowt worse than big multi coloured stickers plastered over a sports car.
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Postby Monty » Sat 27.01.2007, 23:02

Enright13 wrote:Monty, that looks great!

I think any LEC logo has to include the fast cat. That is a very good combination of cat, silouette and web address. Well done. 8)


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Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 27.01.2007, 23:08

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Postby theelanman » Sun 28.01.2007, 00:31

am looking at getting some 75mm ones done....
£100 for 200 stick on the inside of the window.....
I'm sure they'll do what ever design I/we send to them...
thoughts????
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Postby TheBard » Sun 28.01.2007, 16:26

Just my two pence worth: I reckon a small rectangular (anybody got the Pistonheads 6inch narrow? 6xabout 3/4) would be ideal if we can fit a flying cat and the URL on it.

I like that size as it can be fitted under the wiper blade, be visible but not ostentatious, and doesn't get in the driver's way. Circular is nice, but they take up screen space, and unfortunately we can't afix anything to the rear screen.

Regardless of what it ends up looking like I'll be putting some cash down for some on the day!

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Postby Gary » Sun 28.01.2007, 16:34

That is a good point, rectangular is easier to place - get my vote :wink:
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Postby theelanman » Sun 28.01.2007, 17:04

Monty wrote:Geoff,

can u do this one with the background transparent, think that looks quite Kool :-D

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I agree a transparent backgroud would be cool.......

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Postby theelanman » Sun 28.01.2007, 17:06

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just a thought....if we fancied a clear background....how about making the round cat logo the sort of front wheel.....
cant do if 'coz I'm cr@p with photoshop things....
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