catchandreleasehunt.com Logo Design Contest

catchandreleasehunt.com has selected their winning logo design.

For $475 they received 83 designs from 15 different designers from around the world.
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Logo Design Brief
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sprayship1
United States

What We Do

We match hunters and private landowners up to provide hunting opportunities where the hunter only takes a PHOTO with the rifle of what he "could have" killed. The animal lives and the hunter has the memory and photo. The landowner provides access and guides the hunter. There is no hunting license or season required. The key issue is the photos have "scope crosshairs" in the picture that shows proper aiming etc.. This is a way to hunt without have to kill something and still obtain the thrill of the chase, etc.
Attached is a photo of a bear that was "shot" with this catch and release method and it may be a good basis for the logo.

Industry

Sport

Color Preferences

black yellow, purple, with the comment any color and design easy to sew out would be good

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Picture of bear in crosshairs..... Something that may show the critter lived?

Themes

Masculine
Simple
Colorful
Classic
Adventure

Style Inspiration

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Discussion

Discussion

sprayship1
United States
If using a bear, walking direction needs to be to the left, and the crosshairs would be right behind the front shoulder as shown in the attached file. Elk may be a very good and interesting substitution and of good interest. The bear was mainly because of what was available.
1 month ago
sprayship1
United States
In general, it would still be nice to see an Elk as an option
1 month ago