Al Cappone Logo Design Contest

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Al Cappone has selected their winning logo design.

For $475 they received 121 designs from 17 different designers from around the world.
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What We Do

Our brand is for a Quarter Horse Stallion's name. This will be targeted to all equine related audience and promo items. This logo will be placed on promo items including the back of apparel, yeti cups, caps, etc. to promote this stallion and his babies.

Industry

Sport

Color Preferences

Black, Gray, white, gold, maybe red or blue. We are more neutral toned usually with one color added for a pop. Most of our products are black or charcoal gray colored for the background that this logo will be placed on.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

We are going off masculine, refined, yet adventurous alittle. We are wanting something with the figure of Al Capone coming off the letters or maybe a fedora hat. Something that is related to Al Capone or early 1900's gangster period related with possibly smoke coming off the name, etc. It could be something without those options as well, and feature a logo in chrome effect. I envision the font a masculine, simple font. This has to be legible, and easy to monogram with so the lines or figures cannot be too complicated or either we will need a simpler form as well for monogramming purposes. I have attached examples of what we have purchased through Logo Tournament before for our other stallions and from what we have loved online that we seen from various facilities that we thought looked great.

Themes

Masculine
Complex
Modern

Style Inspiration

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