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World Cup radial bracket for soccer-obsessed designers. Pledges will fund printing of a 5 color poster. Pledges of $25 or more will get a print!
World Cup radial bracket for soccer-obsessed designers. Pledges will fund printing of a 5 color poster. Pledges of $25 or more will get a print!
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    1. Nic Miranda on August 18, 2010

      I still haven't received my poster. Also, I paid $25, did that include shipping?

    2. Rosa on August 18, 2010

      mine hasnt arrived yet and will like to know what is going on, it has been almost four weeks

    3. Jeva Lange on August 16, 2010

      Has anyone received their posters yet? Mine hasn't come in the mail and I'm starting to worry that something's up...:(

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      diana popowycz on July 31, 2010

      the shipping to stephen honer is under my husbands name and my order was under diana popowycz
      just to avoid and potential confusion:) thanks my soccer playing/loving son is really looking forward to this poster

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      sam wright on July 27, 2010

      any way I can send $25 more and get a second poster put into the same shipping tube? I know its last minute and probably not...just thought I's ask.

      sam

    6. Deroy Peraza 2-time creator on July 16, 2010

      Carla, it will look pretty much like what you see here. Five colors refers to CMYK + a silver spot color. CMYK is the standard 4 color ink process used to print full color images. The fifth color, silver, is a premixed metallic ink that will printed instead of grey.
      Thanks for the support!
      D

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      Carla on July 16, 2010

      I love this piece! I'm excited about seeing the final product. I'm giving the poster to my brother for his birthday, but his birthday is tomorrow and I'm wondering if I printed out the pic from the main page to show him what he will be getting, how close that will be to the final poster...like what does it mean by "5 colors"? Thanks!

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      Travis on July 15, 2010

      P.S... I know the balls for this cup were horrific, but it may be a nice touch...

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      Travis on July 15, 2010

      I quite like the PDF idea. Have you considered putting the official match balls somewhere on the poster? I know there are usually two - one for the matches and one for the final. Shipping costs?

    10. Kevin Perko on July 14, 2010

      I'd like to second the comment about doing one of these for every world cup - I think some sort of time-series for a specific country and their world cup success or failure would be interesting.

    11. Jason VanLue on July 14, 2010

      Shipping costs? Included or extra?

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      Todd Grunow on July 7, 2010

      For the previous World Cups, I suggest a world map with your circular bracket design over the location where the final game was played. It would be a big map, but very cool!

    13. Deroy Peraza 2-time creator on July 7, 2010

      The pdf is an interesting idea. Let me give that one some thought.
      D

    14. Deroy Peraza 2-time creator on July 7, 2010

      It will be printed sustainably! This is where it will be printed:
      http://www.recycledpaper.com/

      We've worked with them for years and they do excellent work.
      D

    15. Jeanine Delay on July 7, 2010

      BTW, could we just get a PDF for a smaller pledge, something like $10?

    16. Jeanine Delay on July 7, 2010

      Excellent design! Would be great if you would consider printing the poster sustainably, i.e. on 100% recycled stock and using another color instead of silver.

    17. nuthinking on July 7, 2010

      You should do it also for the previous cups, as it looks like someone else suggested. This year has been pretty poor for many bigs. I would buy the 2006 ;)

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      Joe Thibault on July 4, 2010

      Will you be including the PK scores?

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      Gavin Hamill on July 3, 2010

      Good stuff :) I appreciate the outline of South Africa is probably not recognised by many people, so it's a good opportunity to fix that. If you need to identify it more clearly, there's always the vuvuzela :)

    20. Deroy Peraza 2-time creator on July 3, 2010

      Gavin,
      Great comment. This is something I'm aware of and was planning to update. I'm working on anotherpiece that compiles the history of all 19 world cups which will include a consistent identity set for all the tournaments. The logo ontheposter will be updated before it goes to press.
      Cheers,
      D

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      Gavin Hamill on July 3, 2010

      Em, that's not a graphic of South Africa :) it'd be like using a graphic of the whole of Europe for the 2006 World Cup in Germany.

    22. Greg Bauer on July 2, 2010

      This is a great idea! The layout is a great way to represent all the different Groups. ESPN's World Cup site was dreadfully useless...

    23. Deroy Peraza 2-time creator on July 2, 2010

      I would love to! It had actually occurred to me. I'll give it some thought so its feasible to print them. I'll let you know what I come up with. Thanks for the suggestion and for the pledge!
      D

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      Emily on July 2, 2010

      Could you do one of these for every World Cup? It would be a beautiful series.

    25. Deroy Peraza 2-time creator on July 2, 2010

      That's in there. The teams in the group ring are organized by rank and labeled 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, etc.
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      Albert Urshansky on July 2, 2010

      i think it goes, left to right with 1st place on the left within the group.

    27. Rich Williams on July 2, 2010

      Hey Deroy,

      Adding the scores is a great idea, I was thinking something similar, how do I know USA was first place in its bracket above England? would love to see that as well...

      thanks!
      rw