A medal with open elements really stands out. There are many ways imaginable to design your medal with open elements. Below you will find some examples.
Open elements and figures
Often the space behind a figure is omitted, think of a runner or a bicycle wheel. For example, in a mountainous landscape it is nice to open up the air. By choosing open elements, the contours really stand out. By using open elements it is also possible to give the medal a different function, for example as a bottle opener.
Open elements and logo
It is often nice to open up elements of your own logo in the medal. Sometimes events choose to include their name in the medal. The letters can then be opened up. For an anniversary edition of your event, the numbers, for example 5 or 25, are often opened up. In the same way it is possible to open up the number of the distance, for example 5 or 10 km.
Open elements and ribbon
By working with open elements, the ribbon can be attached in an original way. The colour or print of the neck ribbon runs through the medal and colour is incorporated in the medal in a fun and smoothly way.