the Scout series label

So we have a couple of directions for you to take a look at.


The first being the idea of using some vintage scout imagery. The illustration you attached as an example is actually a pretty famous Norman Rockwell painting, so unfortunately we might be taking a gamble using it without paying royalties. 

I did however dig up a fun old copyright free Scout illustration that could be interesting (below on right.)

1. I think this label has an awesome vintage feel. Show here as simple round.

1. I think this label has an awesome vintage feel. Show here as simple round.

2. I mocked this one up as a full wrap (threw the barcode in there just for fun)

2. I mocked this one up as a full wrap (threw the barcode in there just for fun)

3. Mocked up on a can (full wrap)

3. Mocked up on a can (full wrap)


The other direction we wanted to show Im call the "Patch Label". Basically the label mimics the shape and look of old Scout Patches. The Patch could been seen as a trophy in that it is something the Scout receives for an accomplishment.

This direction could spill over into some interesting merch as well, the most obvious being patches!

4. This is a traditional arrowhead shaped patch. These patch label would require a custom die.

4. This is a traditional arrowhead shaped patch. These patch label would require a custom die.

5. As a full wrap.

5. As a full wrap.

6. Full wrap can mock up.

6. Full wrap can mock up.

7. Basically same content in more of a shield/badge shape.

7. Basically same content in more of a shield/badge shape.

8. This one wasn't fully converted into a full warp version, but this gives you a good idea of the look on the can.

8. This one wasn't fully converted into a full warp version, but this gives you a good idea of the look on the can.