Gold Leaf Lettering for your business can be elegant or bold, depending on the fonts you pick.
Think of fire trucks. They are typically lettered in Gold Leaf engine Turn with a black shadow on the typical Fire Engine Red.
They say less is more, and I’m a true believer of that.
Some of the trucks and auto lettering you see are so busy when they go by you. It makes you ask yourself what the heck was that? Didn’t get the name because there was so much going on, too much visual noise?
Think about that for a moment. Now, look at Coca Cola’s logo. It’s simple – one color, and you never miss it. The coke truck doesn’t drive by and makes you think what was that, the Pepsi logo? And for that fact, it is the same with Pepsi there: The logo is neat and clean. That’s my point here.
Take a look at a job or two that I did with simple Gold Leaf Lettering
That Logo and the gold leaf lettering is clean and readable. That’s what you want with your company trucks to look like when you’re sporting around town.
People are bombarded with so much information. It is your job as a business owner to make it easy for them to read. That way, they will remember you.
Here is a different customer.
I did their entire fleet. They are called Fagan Door, and they had Dark Green Metallic Trucks. We used a black drop shadow, and the 1/4 inch Engine Turn Gold Leaf Lettering for their fleet. We never put a phone number on the trucks, just the website.
Here is another example for you to review.
Gold Leaf Lettering is clean. As you can see, with the three different fonts used on each project, the logo designs for each truck lettering job takes on its own style.
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