A logo design contest for a new social polo club, Barangaroo Polo Club. I wanted some genuine design flare to incorporate some sophistication and playfulness with some individual elements particular to the club. I received some excellent logo concepts and the whole 99d process was really good. Perhaps I would consider a blind contest for next time, something I will give some consideration to, there are both pros and cons for that. In the end it did not matter for my result. Tangata nailed it and was great to deal with.
thanks, i'll get back to you if I need anything else.
Very happy with how the contest went, it was so hard to choose the final design but the map of Oz did it
- P + C Graphx Design
P+C Graphx Design was one of the first designs I saw for my brand and they were the design I went with. From the very beginning they understood our concept, was able to apply their own creativity, and meet and exceed all our expectations. They were able to get the attitude, the sophistication, and were very patient when we were making changes. Wonderful team!
How zelkenj started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Zelken Institute for Aesthetic Medicine
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Plastic surgery and wellness med spa integrated practice. Target audience is the sophisticated, wealthy, 30-60-something Newport Beach woman. We offer and integrate SURGICAL SERVICES (red square), NONSURGICAL SERVICES (blue circle) and WELLNESS MEDICINE (yellow triangle). It would be great to integrate these things
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To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
love love love.
I like how simple geometric figures can be incorporated to a more whole and recognizable object
I like the bold simplicty of this
I like the refined feel of this one
Love the album and love the branding of the band
I like the incorporation of basic geometric figures
My current logo that I designed. I do not like it. We are also changing the name.
Office is midcentury, Bauhaus-style and minimalist. Looking for Pantone blue, red, yellow classic design. I like midcentury typeface (Bloomingdales, NYC subway, etc). I love the style of the U of Toronto Art Museum. (http://artmuseum.utoronto.ca/)
Office is stark with concrete floors and exposed ceiling. White walls, track lighting, exposed ceiling. Love the simplicity of Bauhaus movement and Eames design.