12.14.2011

Logo Design Contest


It's time for BrookfieldAngler.com to get its own custom logo! 

As a result, we are going to be holding a logo design competition and the winner will receive a $25 gift certificate to either Cabela's or Bass Pro Shops (winners choice).

This logo will be the new logo for the site and will eventually be used to make vinyl stickers, hats, shirts, etc...

Requirements

Logo should capture the essence of Brookfieldangler.com
Winner must surrender rights to logo and all files for future use.


Aside from that, it's all up to you!!

Submissions
Due by January 15th - 5:00pm(CST)
Email all entries to brookfieldangler@gmail.com

Good luck and make us look awesome!

Please help spread the word!!!


Edit - Vector requirement has been removed


Entries so far:


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2


3
4

5




6

                 

7

8

9

10
11

12

13

14


9 comments:

  1. I've got the perfect idea. Now if I can put it work.

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  2. Excellent, Howard! I can't wait to see what you come up with!

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  3. Can I be a judge?
    I never was much good at the conceptual part, but I've worked for a few of the top design firms in Chicago. I have a pretty good eye for what works and what doesn't.

    And, I can't be bought.

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  4. Sure! A second opinion could be helpful here!

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  5. Make sure you run them past me at the end then. I'll give them a good critique.
    I also know the printing industry, so I'll let you know about the reproduction capabilities of your choices.

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  6. Isn't needing it in Vector form going to limit the entries? Or am I the only schmuck fooling around with graphics without some sort of software needed to do that sort of thing? Unfortunately, my "Elements" version of photoshop is lacking lots of bells and whistles. :) I could send you a fuzzy jpg of a goat or something though? :)

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  7. Good question, Owl. In a sense - yes and no. For those who are experienced using vector based design programs shouldn't have much of a problem. Others who are used to designing in raster based programs like photoshop might have a problem with it.

    It's important to understand that vector can handle more than just some simple lines drawings. You can essentially take *almost" any raster image and create a good vector image from it.

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  8. Number 9 so far is the slickest.

    Number 1 doesn't work unless you get rid of the skyline and have a skyline of sorts of Brookfield Zoo. The dome of the porpoise show maybe.

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Let's hear it!

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