For a country music artist, the chance to play at Redneck Riviera is a once in a lifetime opportunity!
Because the Redneck Riviera concert was special, it was critical that this event graphic be memorable and mind blowing as well. Mind you, Chris Breaux and Six String Rodeo has a huge following in Louisiana and Texas, but Nashville was nearly uncharted territory. While their latest album was largely recorded in the music city, the band hadn’t played live there much.
The event graphic had to draw attention!
And that’s just what it does…
We started with the Redneck Riviera logo as it appears on the facade of the venue. Next, we took and isolated an image of an old sled of a car pulling an airstream trailer. Because we view all design as art, we chose this means of transportation because of the perils that aspiring artists have in the beginning.
We’ve all seen the movies and videos that show musicians who abandon all, hop in an old van, and head towards the big city, hoping to make it big and land a gig at the Ryman, Opry, or Redneck Riviera.
Next, we added an image of Chris, event details, and the Six String Rodeo logo (brand). The result is a modern, incredible event graphic! Oh, by the way, they blew the roof off of Redneck Riviera (figuratively of course.)