Entry #6494 - Logo design - by maspoji™* picked a winning design in their logo design contest

For just $1,000, they received 7,715 designs from 1,591 designers.

From logos and business cards to websites and stationery, you can get anything designed by running your own design contest on 99designs.

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Custom Logo design package

Purchased for $1,000

(including 99designs fees)

By Occupy99designs
  • Last feedback - Tue, 14 Feb 2012 06:04:57 +0000
  • Feedback 9%
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  • Qualifying
  • The contest was open to all designers


  • Selected finalists
  • The contest holder selected 6 finalists


  • Final round
  • Finalists continued to submit designs


  • Selected a winner
  • The contest holder awarded a winner


Congratulations to the winner, maspoji™*!
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  1. User
    Comment Date
    Thu, 23 Feb 2012 08:39:37 +0000

    it's magic....

  2. User
    Comment Date
    Thu, 23 Feb 2012 08:39:04 +0000


  3. User
    peper pascual
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    Thu, 23 Feb 2012 08:38:45 +0000


  4. User
    Satriyo N.A
    Comment Date
    Thu, 23 Feb 2012 08:37:38 +0000

    Hidup Indonesia ! :)

  5. User
    Comment Date
    Thu, 23 Feb 2012 08:37:11 +0000

    u must be kidding by choosing that entry ...what was the point in startng this contest?

  6. User
    Comment Date
    Thu, 23 Feb 2012 08:35:32 +0000

    $1000 for an "O" why didn't i think of that? The CH is just as clueless as the entire Occupy movement

  7. User
    Comment Date
    Thu, 23 Feb 2012 00:31:50 +0000

    wow still shortlisting mode?

  8. User
    Joshua Brian
    Comment Date
    Tue, 21 Feb 2012 10:39:07 +0000

    Haha...yeah...perhaps I would if I could get my punctuation and grammar down! I read back through and found more than an acceptable amount of errors :)

  9. User
    Terry Bogard
    Comment Date
    Tue, 21 Feb 2012 06:57:43 +0000

    sorry for the off-subject joke... but this reminds me of Noobs from call of duty :D:D.

    Joshua Brian... you should write blogs man. :) Maybe 99designs should hire you for one!

  10. User
    Comment Date
    Tue, 21 Feb 2012 01:12:17 +0000

    So CH show your vision, with clearing up, who has creativity and who has not. ELIMINATE or RATE. Thank you!

    Joshua great comment and 99designs is only place where you have 1600 people gather for one reason!

  11. User
    Comment Date
    Tue, 21 Feb 2012 01:08:50 +0000

    Creativity involves the production of novel, useful products! So no rules just CH's and they vision!

  12. User
    Joshua Brian
    Comment Date
    Mon, 20 Feb 2012 12:07:43 +0000

    Hi CreativeHouse,

    we agree on another point “Any great movement starts with creativity” but my thought still stands. What makes one the judge of what is or isn’t creative. What qualifies you to judge another’s idea. My point is a lot of the comments are criticizing others opinions, you are trying to put others into a box of what “you” deem to be creative. In many ways you are working against the very thing you claim to be standing for.

    Are there some crap designs in here? Definitively yes but I speak from a point of probability.- If you have this many designs, there is bound to be some crap, however, if you gather a room of high level professional designers there will also be some crap.

    My question is who in here is qualified to judge what is “creative?” If a child draws a picture without using a 12 point guide, doesn’t worry about spacing and visual spotting does this mean outcome isn’t creative? If a sixty year old grandmother does the same, is it not “creative”? It may not be to your liking, it may break rules of “design” and it certainly isn’t the highest point of professionalism that money can buy. What it is, however, is nearly 1600 people participating in something that creates, regardless of whether it fits tidily into your box rules and opinions. In this contest the only person, perhaps not qualified, but with the rights to judge is the CH.

    You are trying to place your “rules” on other’s work, which is very much the stifling of “creativity”.

    If your point is that a whole lot of the designs are unprofessional…well…we can metaphorically shake hands and agree on that, however, that isn’t the discussion.

    Just remember that every successful movement is in opposition to stifling rules and restrictive ideas, so don’t start your case against this by trying to make “creativity” conform to your personal opinion. A more sound argument and opinion would be for you to simply say “I don’t like the designs” or “I think some of them are unprofessional.” These opinions you can entitle yourself to fully, as you do have the right to judge what you do or don’t appreciate.

    @ulahts , I actually agree with a lot of your points, but I think what you’re saying is over-simplified. A logo is the beginning of an identity and touches on points of branding, however, if you truly want your logo to create your company’s long term branding and identity it must start with the opinions of the owners/purchasers of that identity , not the “designer”– The Nike logo, which was created by a non-professional would be a meaningless symbol left on paper if not for the opinions and work ethic of Phil Knight. The Virgin Records icon was scrawled on a napkin but has become one of the most respected logos and brand identities in our industry, however, it would by a scrawl laying in a garbage bin if not for Richard Branson forcing it to conform to his thoughts on Virgin’s identity. If you’ve studied design, then you will of course know countless other such stories of some of our most famous marks. We can make all of the pretty pictures and beautiful scrawls we want, but in the end if must fit the company or organization leader’s ideas on its worth to leave the paper and jump into something lasting. Thus, even in this case, if the CH chooses a simply scrawled circle, it can still be a highly successful brand image and logo if it ultimately fits their opinion, assuming their opinion develops into a success.

    I’ll end this with one more question for all of the critics of either the CH or the “designers” in here. What was the last thing that you did that got 1600 people involved?

  13. User
    Comment Date
    Mon, 20 Feb 2012 01:48:15 +0000

    funny contest!

  14. User
    Comment Date
    Sat, 18 Feb 2012 03:38:37 +0000

    Just a question... why were they asking for something creative and yet giving 5 star ratings to designs that are just an "O" and nothing else?

  15. User
    Comment Date
    Sat, 18 Feb 2012 02:32:58 +0000

    yeah the works which u don't like, pls eliminate.

  16. User
    Comment Date
    Sat, 18 Feb 2012 02:23:07 +0000

    Hello CH
    I spotted that you not give any words to majority of the work, you can eliminate work you do not like, it is something that we need as guidelines, now we are blind and sitting in the dark!

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