Cherri Pie Lingerie Logo Design Contest

Cherri Pie Lingerie has selected their winning logo design.

For $250 they received 154 designs from 31 different designers from around the world.
Contest
Logo Design Brief
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cherrypi
United States

What We Do

Designer for private show sales of luxury lingerie made of finest fabrics for exclusive clientele

Industry

Beauty

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - sexy
#2 - luxury
#3 - quality

Our Target Audience:

males to purchase luxury lingerie, urban, high-income, executives, international, sleek, clean, in seek of quality merchandise

Color Preferences

fushia, green, black, greys

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Two cherries on a adjoined stem; perhaps with lips

Themes

Luxury
Expensive
Playful
Refined
Exotic
Elegant
Adventure
Feminine
Simple
Colorful
Bright

Style

Wordmark

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

Literal or representative imagery is used to symbolize the brand.
Letterform Mark

A monogram usually consisting of 1-3 letters.
Emblem

A badge that usually envelopes the logo
Famous Logos displayed under fair use to enrich the general publics' knowledge of graphic design.

Applications

Web
Print
Clothing

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Discussion

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cherrypi
United States
#4 I like the image; would like to see the fonts pull together more
13 years ago
cherrypi
United States
#12 I like the image; would like to see the fonts show more connection
13 years ago
cherrypi
United States
#28 The image works, but the fonts are a bit too youthful
13 years ago
cherrypi
United States
#30 this logo works well; let's see it with a bit more shading
13 years ago
egg
Cyprus
cherrypi can you please rank the submitted logos in order of preference so us designers can immediately tell which ones you like best? Thank you in advance:-)
13 years ago
RBC Design
India
Hi Cherrypi,
If you start ranking the logos, designers will get a hint of what you really are looking for and will be able to come up with better logos. It will also show them the design styles that you are not interested in.

Cheers!
RBC Design
13 years ago
cherrypi
United States
Designers: please keep in mind that these may be used on clothing tags, logos and possibly stitched into fabric. Clarity of the design and font is crucial as well as giving a sensual and provocative connotation at a simple glance or glimps.
13 years ago
cherrypi
United States
Thank you for your entries
13 years ago
tini1
United States
Hi Cherripi:-)

As your contest is in the final phase, judging mode, could you please take a moment and review how ranking is done, thanks so much:)

How to Rank and Thank Designers: When it comes time for final rankings, designers appreciate when you choose the top three CONCEPTS (as opposed to variations of the same design) for the gold, silver and bronze awards. If you want to rank two different concepts by the same designer in the top three, that's fine.
Also, rank as many entries as possible, because designers get points added to their overall site standing for each blue ribbon they get.

This is how points are distributed:

1st place - 50 points
2nd place - 20 points
3rd place - 10 points
4-6th place - 5 points
7-10 place - 3 points

After that, each ranked entry gets one point for the designer. Nobody will be insulted by being ranked last, the points are still good! So if you pull some entries out of the "Not Interested" group and give them a rank, the designer gets some benefit from entering your contest.

Hope that's helpful, lots of contest holders don't realize this and most are glad to know. It's a good way to thank designers who don't win the contest prize, but who worked very hard to offer you lots of options to choose from for a great logo.

13 years ago
tini1
United States
:)^^^^
13 years ago