Castling Advisory Logo Design Contest

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Castling Advisory has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 155 designs from 23 different designers from around the world.
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dmdemsko
United States

What We Do

Castling is the only move in chess where two pieces can move at the same time. It is meant to protect the king while speeding up the game. This advisory firm looks to capture that spirit by focusing on accelerated delivery in a strategic manner. Target audience are executive decision makers

Industry

Consulting

Color Preferences

I am not married to these colors, but I am drawn to a combination of the following 3:
#303754, #4A73AD, and #4AD3B8

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Given that the term castling is a chess move that involves the king and the rook, I would like to have the logo incorporate those concepts

Themes

Colorful
Luxury
Modern

Style Inspiration

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