Circular Bioeconomy Systems Initiative Logo Design Contest

Circular Bioeconomy Systems Initiative has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 140 designs from 29 different designers from around the world.
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Logo Design Brief
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United States

What We Do

The bio-based systems (including food, forestry, crops, fuel, and other renewable materials) work primarily in a linear economy.

They produce waste at many points in the cycle of production and use. We are working to maximize the use of all wasted resources by reusing, reutilizing, repurposing, or making them useful for other systems.

We are learning ways to make bio-based systems more circular so that resources are not lost.

We want to reduce the linear component of the economy to reduce waste and move toward a circular economy.

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Natural Resources

Color Preferences

Green and blue to represent water and growth. Potentially brown for soil.

We are open to a warm accent color, yellow or orange.

We do not want to use pink, purle, or red.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

We like the idea of representing all facets in our logo: a healthy environment, fiber, fuel, materials, production (field, crops, etc). We are also open to something abstract as well.

We would like our name to be spelled out completely and not just the acronym of our name. We want to have an icon.

We like the idea of having a circular component in the logo to show forward progress and how all systems fit and can work together.

Themes

Simple
Colorful
Necessity
Modern

Style Inspiration

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