Gum tree bag

Just the other day I submitted a design for the Unseen and Unnoticed bag competition run by Front Row Society.

The design had to be inspired by the following theme: Every city has its special hidden details that make it unique and one of a kind. They are usually unseen by many and unnoticed by most, but the local dwellers of the avenues know the details well. What is a detail in your city which sets it apart from others in an unobvious way? Is it that sidewalks are painted blue, is it a particular insignia, or is it the chimney tops? Open our eyes and show us the unseen and unnoticed details of your city.

So this is what I came up with:

What do you think?

This was my design inspiration: If you have ever been to Australia you might have noticed all the beautiful gum trees that abound in this part of the world. Gum trees are part of the classic Australian landscape. I made this texture using images of gum trees, gum tree leaves and bark.

If you would like to cast your vote you will have to sign up for an account with Front Row Society. But don’t worry, signing up doesn’t take long, plus you’ll also be able to vote on all future competitions. But be quick, you only have until the 29th of February 2012 to vote for this competition!

May the best design win! And good luck to everyone else who submitted a design.

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