Association Studios Logo Design Contest

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Association Studios has selected their winning logo design.

For $500 they received 381 designs from 67 different designers from around the world.
Contest
Logo Design Brief
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Mr.Wacksman
United States

Slogan

Videos that engage

What We Do

Media production and marketing (with a strong emphasis on video production).

Industry

Media

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Movie Studio
#2 - Video Production
#3 - Engagement

Our Target Audience:

Communications and marketing professionals. Generally well educated and have decent incomes.

Color Preferences

Red, grey, black

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

We are looking for a big redesign of our original logo. Please find the original logo attached.

The main part of the logo should be a stylized "A" or "AS" and the logo should also contain our name "Association Studios".

The logo should look like something you would see from a Hollywood studio. Powerful, confident.

Logo #2: Immediately following the completion of this logo we will start a new contest for a second logo called "Marine Team". The idea will be to use the stylized "A" or "AS" and add ocean wave and possibly a drone looking elements.

I thought this additional information might be helpful when designing the Association Studios logo.

Themes

Masculine
Complex
Luxury
Expensive
Serious
Modern
Adventure

Style

Wordmark

Stylized type that may include small abstract or pictorial elements.
Letterform Mark

A monogram usually consisting of 1-3 letters.
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Applications

Mobile
Desktop
Print
Clothing

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Discussion

Discussion

Mr.Wacksman
United States
Thank you everyone for contributing design ideas. Lets try to incorporate both initials "AS" in the design. Also, just to be clear, we are not looking for the drone imagery. That will be in a second contest that will follow this one.
6 years ago
Mr.Wacksman
United States
Also, please do not include the tagline "Videos that engage". Thank you
6 years ago
Mr.Wacksman
United States
Thanks to everyone for the submissions. The most important thing we need to focus on the stylized "AS" monogram. The two letters can be combined to form a unique shape or side by side. Thank you!
6 years ago
Mr.Wacksman
United States
Logo inspiration from FedEx! I have always admired the hidden arrow in the FedEx logo formed between the E and x.

Check it out: http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/logopedia/images/a/a6/FedEx.png/revision/latest?cb=20121112030619

Do you have any ideas for how we can create the play symbol (like a triangle pointing to the right), either in the "A" or in between the "AS" letters?
6 years ago
logope
Indonesia
Please don't ask designers to use idea / concept taken from other designer.
6 years ago
the clarify logope's comment


A new feature has been implemented where all contests on LT are blind during the first phase (open) of the contest. Only you can see the submissions, we cannot. During this phase there may be similar concepts from a number of different designers. We are not copying each other, this simply means we have come up with similar ideas based on your brief.

Please keep in mind that any changes or ideas you share privately, either by PM (private message) or on the designer's entry page for the contest, are confidential and should not be shared with others. The reason for this is that it will lead to designer disputes that may adversely affect your project.

Once the contest goes into the second phase (finalist), all designs are revealed and only the top 5 ranked designers can continue to submit. Designers can develop their concepts but cannot directly copy someone else's work and we request that you not ask any designer(s) to use elements from another designer's work.

Scott
6 years ago