Political Logo Design contest by Nick Primm - Designhill
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1st election campgain logo needed
Nick Primm paid $199 for a new Logo Design and received 146 designs from 67 Designers.
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Nick Primm United States
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1st election campgain logo needed By Nick Primm

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Note : Design brief last updated on 24 February, 2019
Contest title

1st election campgain logo needed

What name do you want in your logo?
JUDGE NICK PRIMM
Do you have a slogan you want incorporated in your logo?
SUPERIOR COURT
Select your industry
Political
Tell us more about your audience, organisation or product. Please also mention your special requirements
Dark navy background with white and red complementary colors. This logo will be used on political yard signs, mailers and a website. This is a conservative jurisdiction and the logo needs to be relatively conservative. I wouldn’t mind seeing the word “KEEP” feathered (I don’t know the technical term) with the logo.
What feelings do you want your logo to provoke?
Trust and integrity
Where all will you use your logo?
  • (1) Online (website, Online Advertising, Banner Ads Etc)
  • (2) Print (business Cards, Letterheads, Brochures Etc)
  • (3) Signage (including Shops, Billboards Etc)
Required file format
  • (1) Jpeg
  • (2) Ai
  • (3) Png
Select the types of logos you need?
Organization name in a stylised type/font becomes the logo.
An abstract shape or symbol is used to convey the values of your business.
Letters/initials from your business name are used to create a logo.
Visual brief - Styles
Visual brief - Colors to explore
Other colors: White and red and dark navy
Visual brief - Fonts
Dummy Text

font-family: 'Bowlby One SC'

Dummy Text

font-family: 'Libre Baskerville'

Dummy Text

font-family: 'Copse'

Dummy Text

font-family: 'Quantico'

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