BRITT FILMS Logo Design Contest

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BRITT FILMS has selected their winning logo design.

For $325 they received 154 designs from 32 different designers from around the world.
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brittfilms
United States

Slogan

Imagine. Capture. Create.

What We Do

I am a freelance filmmaker and cinematographer who shoots cinematic-style videos including narrative films, promos, weddings, events, and commercials.

Industry

Media

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - My filming style is modern and creative.
#2 - I am imaginative and always looking for story.
#3 - I am a professional and a part of the film industry.

Our Target Audience:

21 - 65. United States. Has $2,000 - $20,000 to spend on video work. Business owners, non-profits, churches, filmmakers, and engaged couples. Basically, anyone who would be in the market for a modern, expert cinematographer with passion, professionalism, and creativity to help shoot their video(s).

Color Preferences

Mostly one color, like black or charcoal, but perhaps with a subtle splash of color or a simple accent if it suits the logo.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

I want my logo to look more like a film studio logo that you might see at the start of a movie as opposed to a product or packaging logo. This logo will likely be shown at the end of many of the videos I post to social media. I like simplicity, but I also like intricacy within simplicity. Strictly as an example, like how a lone tree can be simple, but the leaves and bark could be detailed. Mostly, I just want my logo to look interesting, recognizable, and professional. Ideally, the logo would have a symbol or icon that could represent the brand with or without text. Thanks!

Themes

Refined
Complex
Gray
Modern

Style Inspiration

Applications

Mobile
Desktop
Print
Clothing

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Discussion

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brittfilms
United States
I appreciate all the submissions I've received so far and all that are yet to come! Know that I am looking very carefully at each submission and being considerate of my first impressions, how quickly I am able to identify what I am looking at, and in what ways the imagery inspires me or calls my attention. If the logo has a specific image or symbol, ideally, that image would create a theme that I would carry over into the overall brand. Think of how DreamWorks Animation uses a crescent moon, Paramount Pictures uses a mountain, Amblin Entertainment uses Elliott and E.T. in front of a full moon, or Universal Pictures uses the globe. Right now, I am still open to anything that captures my imagination. Hopefully this helps give you some ideas!
3 years ago