I am the owner of a small company called Vintage Beanery, which specializes in custom built furniture, lighting and household fixtures. What began as a hobby is now gaining traction and my pieces are being displayed in several galleries, furniture stores and design centers. I need a small promotional catalog for the floor reps in those stores to hand out to clients who are interested in my work and expressing an interest in having me create a custom built pieces for their home or office. Because of the nature of what I'm trying to accomplish, the layout and design of this catalog absolutely must look professional, stylish, cutting edge and draw the client in, so the designer who puts this catalog together has to be extremely creative and think outside the box with their design.
Catalog Specifications: The catalog should be 5.5" x 8.5", anywhere from 16-32 pages (or more or less, depending on how the designer decides to lay out the pages, i.e. multi-images per page or single images per page, etc. I'll leave that up to you!), all pages must be full color, 80 lb. gloss paper, left side binding and I'll want 75-100 catalogs to be printed on the first run.
I have approximately 40-50 photographs to provide, possibly more, formats are JPG and PNG. Regrettably, not all of the images are as professional and/or high-res as I'd like, but I'm hoping a creative and resourceful designer can do miracles in the editing process and make it all work.
In addition to the photos, I can provide copy and/or captions or whatever the designer/layout person feels they need to put this project over the top.
Lastly, I cannot stress enough I need a professional high-end product and I'm happy to pay accordingly for the right designer's time and exceptional work. I expect this to project to take as much time as it needs to get it right, which will, perhaps, mean an exchange of a lot of different ideas and opinions and edits until we nail it. After that, I will continue coming to you for years to come to update your layout with new photographs and captions and reprints of new editions.. Yes, that would be years-long residual income if we can get this right.
Who's up for the challenge?