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We are developing a new cannabis themed product lines to be distributed through online retail and wholesale channels.
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Please create a vectored artwork design contained within the border outline of the US State of Oregon. It will be a patterned design which will reflect the topography of this state (attached examples).
I will also include a link below to a design idea that I like just for example (I like how the countries are outlined by the leaves). The pattern you design will consist of small marijuana leaves, much like the example, but will also include a small evergreen tree (see attached examples). The pattern design should be predominantly marijuana leaves (Let's say 2/3rds leaves and 1/3 little evergreen trees, or ¾ leaves and ¼ trees, but by no means exact). The design should also be predominantly green, though a color like blue, purple or orange can also be used – I am open and you can use your creativity. I would like no more than three colors, and an example might be two shades of green, and another color; or just three different shades of green – I am open to any combination. The main idea is it needs to convey the marijuana leaf, as well as a nature or “evergreen” feel. You should use the evergreen trees more in the mountainous areas of the topography (especially the Cascades, which run from Portland to Medford, which is the most mountainous area in the state, though may not be as apparent in the topography maps). It needs to be an artistic, appealing and eye-catching design that a man or woman might want to wear on a T-shirt. I'd like to see good movement in the design. It will also include a lettered statement below it in a font of your choosing and upper or lower case at your discretion – which will say “Keep it Green”, though the exact word(s) may change before the end of the project. I would like the design to have a hand-drawn look (not a perfect computer generated look) with a "folksy" feel to it. My intention is to immediately enter into a one-on-one project with the winning designer for at least a few other US states applying the same design idea – and then down the road more.
Please see the attached files as well as the links I am pasting below, and feel free to use your own research as well: