PredatorDentRepair Logo Design Contest

PredatorDentRepair has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 149 designs from 14 different designers from around the world.
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JordynLopez
United States

Slogan

Leave No Evidents

What We Do

I am a Mobile Paintless dent removal technician. I perform high quality PDR on cars trucks motorcycles and anything else I can get my hands on. The target audience is retail customers that want to have dents in their personal vehicles removed.

Industry

Automotive

Color Preferences

I would like to see like a gunmetal gray, or a matte gray, mixed in with some light blue. The color “playboy blue” by prismatic powders is a great color.
Either that or Dark gray and red actually is looking a little bit better because it stands out.
This logo will go against black and white backgrounds so I want it to look good against both

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

I want it to stay relatively simple. I’m looking for something relevant to the dent business, some metal, maybe some gleam, a bit of texture and possibly some depth so it doesn’t look flat. It is also going to go against white backgrounds and black backgrounds so I want it to look good against both. Maybe instead of standard animals, some kind of monster! I would like the logo to incorporate PredatorDentRepair.com somewhere. Even if it is under or something but the “.com” should be somewhat less noticeable.

Please DO NOT use any car or truck or motorcycle outlines as they are over used in this industry.

Themes

Simple
Gray
Luxury
Modern
Secure

Style Inspiration

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