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Craig International Ballistics has been a leading provider of lightweight, combat-proven body armour systems for the Australian Defence Force (ADF) and Police Forces since 1999.
For a range of lightweight, flat-pressed, armour panel solutions; which provide protection against bullets and fragmentation threats; Digital Tsunami produced datasheets. The design requirement included icons representing the land, air and sea applications, as well as target business sectors.
Print is almost always dependent on photography, so the shooting of specific images was required as part of the project.
A print-ready electronic template was created, enabling the client to modify content for updates and other products.
|Client:||Craig International Ballistics|
|Sector/s:||Safety & Security|
|Scope:||print design, electronic template design|
|Features||Liaison between the client in Brisbane and the design studio in Sydney.|
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