TruPack.org got their new logo design by running a design contest:
Design a logo which will go on supermarket products
Check out TruPack.org's Logo design contest…
Food & Drink
This logo will appear on packaged products in the supermarket, next to other logos like USDA ORGANIC, and NON-GMO PROJECT. This logo will signify that the product meets certain packaging standards.
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors: Greens: Growth, harmony and success. Let designers make suggestions: Blues: Knowledge, trust, calm and honesty.
1) I've put together a link which shows the other logos which operate in this domain. These logos are all printed on supermarket products. Some are rectangular, some are round, some have sharp and some have rounded corners. At this time I think I prefer square or rectangular instead of round. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1n5Bt7erKAus0SVMI4PtXLmyLCj0f_t2nNW5CIZ1nSkY/edit?usp=sharing 2) The logo we end up with should be clean and simple and very readable in a small size. 3) The logo must come in two versions, color and a black and white. 4) The logo will be printed usually using 4 color process, so no pantone colors please. 5) The logo will be lending a stamp of approval to the brand which is using it, so it should be clean and serious and not playful or fun. It should be friendly though.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo design starts at $299.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
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