Design a Logo
- État: Closed
- Prix: $70
- Propositions reçues: 60
- Gagnant: washcuruny
Résumé de concours
I am in need of developing a logo system (word-mark, pictorial and icon) for a company named "One Mission Industries." The logo will represent a company that is a manufacturer of products that can be cut and sewn from all types of different fabrics. The company will produce and sell goods that span the handyman, hardware, construction, auto-mechanic, farm, camping and hunting industries. The logo needs to be broad enough to capture any of these types of activities.
THE FOLLOWING MAY BE ENTIRELY TOO MUCH INFO. However, it may also spark some creative thoughts about how to complete this project.
If you were to think of just one person that you were creating this logo for it might be Chuck Norris or John Cena or The Rock (Dwayne Johnson) or Rocky (Sylvester Stallone) or Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) or a big nasty Army drill sergeant... something that would appeal to people who aspire to be "tough" like them. This has to be a manly-man, man cave, tough-guy, true-grit, american muscle car type of look and feel.
This logo should display both the brand identity and the product quality that "One Mission Industries" produces and distributes. These will be "high-quality" and "worth-the-money" product lines.
These logo(s) and/or icon(s) will appear in web design, packaging design, trade shows, magazine advertisements as well as on traditional business documents and business cards etc. In addition, it would be good to think of this as an emblem on a vehicle (Big lifted truck with mud tires and guns inside of course) that is advertising the brand. It may also be seen and used as a tag or label that is sewn into the products. It could be small when sewn into a pair of gloves or large when sewn into an awning on a patch.
Also, I'd like to see some type of combination of the word "one" and the number "1". I'd prefer to use it to the effect that "we are your #1 choice."
Good luck! Please email with any q's.
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