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Change/Shape the culture for generations to come
What We Do:
What we do: Spark Freedom aims to spark a shift in culture that empowers the individual to shape their own destiny. We inspire organizations, activists and artists to develop the communication concepts, tools and tactics they need to be successful in their missions.
Top Three Things to Communicate through our Logo:
#1 - We equip others to communicate in the language that resonates with their targe
#2 - We are capable: no job impossible
#3 - Team approach: we work <alongside> your organization, not from the outside in.
Target audience: Economists: Free-market and limited-government organization decision-makers. CEOs, directors, presidents, department heads, program and project leaders. Creatives, videographers, writers, painters, musicians.
Equal mix of male and female
Located around the U.S.
Styles that we are interested in:
A pictorial mark uses literal or representative imagery to symbolize the brand. Famous examples include:
Uses abstract shapes and symbols to convey an idea or attribute about the organization. Famous examples include:
Typically uses a very small amount of letters (1-2) to represent the organization. Famous examples include:
Although there is no official description of "Web 2.0" logos, some common elements can include: vibrant colors, subtle 3d feel, bold type, color transitions, and shadows. Famous examples include:
Please note that the above brands are in no way, shape, or form associated with LogoTournament. They are cited as examples under Fair Use for the enrichment of the general public's knowledge of the graphic arts.
High contrast set of 2 or 3 colors to be used throughout company material
Possible but not required: lack, gold metallic, dark red/burgundy, deep green, teal green, teal blue
Guidance: "with-it" but durable colors to convey a professional, team-oriented company
Our Ideas and Additional Information:
Would like a pictorial element of some sort. Aim: use pictorial element as a company identifier.
Where we will use the Logo:
Web, Print, Mugs, T-shirts