Friday, February 1, 2008

Spotlight! Thomas Baekdal: Ron Paul R[evol]ution Car Wraps

Ron Paul R[evol]ution Car Wraps

A person from the "Ron Paul Revolution" (a grassroots campaign for Ron Paul) asked me if I could help them create a car wrap - which I didn't have time to do - except for these "concepts" I made last night.

Note: These concepts are low-quality "experiments" and cannot be used for print. They give people an idea of what a car could look like, after which the real print-ready graphic needs to be made (and that takes much longer to do).

I went with the traditional way to promote presidential candidates - red, white and blue and the American flag etc. I used the Ford Edge because it is coming in a hybrid version and is "made in America" - both good things to be associated with for a potential US president.

Does this mean that I officially support Ron Paul?

No. He is a good person, and I like many of his views - but I am not getting into the minefield of endorsing any specific person for President. Also (and much more relevant) I am not a US citizen, so nobody really cares what I think.

But if I was, I would vote for Scott Adams (the creator of Dilbert) - read why in his blog post "How to Get Elected President". I would also vote for any presidential candidate who could raise the very low dollar exchange rate - so that I could earn more money when dealing with companies in the US.

Note about hiring me to design car wraps:
Designing car wraps is only a hobby of mine, and as such I only take on 2-6 jobs every year (which means that I turn down 95% of all the requests I get). Another thing is that I am not a car wrapping company, so I cannot create the final print. You still need to contact a car wrapping company to get it printed.

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Aaron - Jan. 30, 2008

The most cost effective way to advertise!

We can make them!


Aaron - Jan. 30, 2008

We are trying to get as many as we can on cars for free!

Volunteer to have your car wrapped at no cost to you for the good of the cause. at

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