Paulina Lange got their new logo & brand identity pack by running a design contest:
I'm open to your ideas - capture with your logo and branding my way of seeing the world.
Check out Paulina Lange's Logo & brand identity pack contest…
I'm a photographer aiming at portraits (business, families, newborn) and events (company events, weddings etc).
Edit 8 - I would like to use the logo in 3 cases: 1) full logo itself on white or colourful background (depending on your design) on my web page and on paper (invoices, client letters, business cards), 2) full or adjusted (black&white, simplified, or no background) logo on my web page on one of my photos, 3) logo element (monogram, part of your existing design - motive, or a simplified shape) as a small stamp on my pictures, as my signature. It would be great if you showed your proposals in 3 above options. Thank you! Edit 7 - we're almost there! Last straight now. Dear designers - show off your creativity. You have a full freedom to present your ideas. Think out of the box and let your imagination fly! Edit 6 - Japanese aesthetics: there was an Enso circle comping up as an idea within the designs. I'm fascinated by Japan and it's culture - so it hits a good direction. Would anybody be interested in exploring the topic any further? Do you have any experience in Japanese calligraphy and ink brush strokes? Perhaps you can even paint it yourself on paper? Your proposals very much welcome. Edit 5 - copy rights reminder: please, do use your creativity, design the logo elements by yourself and submit work which is truly yours. It seems that I have found a second deliverable which was borrowed from an existing company's logo. Please - fair play designers. Edit 4 - style and colours: I know what could help you. Please check the style of yadou (tattoos) - simple, geometric lines with watercolour like colours. This is what nails my imagination of the logo best!! Simple lines with colours. Anybody could hit such a direction? Thank you! Challenge started :) Edit 3 - most of the designs proposed so far are only text, monogram and some of them lines / camera shape. Could we try perhaps something more complex, with some colours added, please? I'm looking for something balanced, but could be bold, a statement. and not only a shy remark ;) thank you all! Edit 2 - think out of the box. Do you have an idea for a unique logo? I'm open to your ideas! Doesn't need to be a camera or a monogram if you can nail it your way. Thank you! Edit (additional comments): I like simplicity and when objects / shapes are created by lines. Adding / using a monogram PL or PLP within the logo is a big plus. Coloured variation to be added - either as some parts of the logo in a varied colour (show your imagination. Aqua is not a must) or as a background - watercolour style for example. Geometric shapes I like too, could be incorporated into the logo. In general, I would love if the logo contained 2-3 elements / subparts - one full logo for web page for example, one variations with colours for white paper printouts and one simplified version or only part of the logo (monogram, shape or sth) that could be used as a stamp / watermark on my pictures, or just a small hint on the brand. Would you maybe like to explore the light / shadow element in the logo - light is the foundation of photography, yet nobody used it here so far. PLEASE - this service is paid, I would appreciate a lot to receive a design unique only to myself, not a full or part of the logo which I can google and get from a free page. If you're inspired by sth you've seen on the internet, kindly state it in your comments please. If you have any questions or would like to get further details from me, just let me know. Love to get to know you! Thank you all for contributing here to my future brand :) __________ I'm open to creative proposals. Like abstract logos and monograms combining letters and symbols / icons in a clever manner. What comes to my mind, favourite associations: light, camera, shutter, flash, mountains (Matterhorn and cats - maybe just as a tiny hint, but not as a main logo part. Can be skipped as well. Focus should be on a photography related objects). For my pictures and style check Instagram: ramza_photo
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo & brand identity pack starts at $599.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their logo & brand identity pack.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
Paulina Lange collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
Eduard was a joy to work with. Incredible quality, easy to brainstorm with, and flexible in delivery. Overall, we can say this... We will be working with him again!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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