Department of Energy and EnvironmentLogo Design Contest

Logo Design Contest
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Department of Energy and Environment has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 111 designs from 26 different designers from around the world.

Logo Design Brief

Client
United States
What We Do
The Department of Energy and Environment’s mission is to protect, restore and enhance the Town of Plymouth’s environment and natural resources for current and future generations and to do so using creative approaches and solutions based on science and collaboration. Furthermore, we aim to utilize restored natural systems, energy efficiency programs, alternative energy sources, and green infrastructure to mitigate the effects of climate change on our community and the world. The department has two divisions: Natural Resources comprised of scientists that work on acquiring land, restoring it through ecological and scientific means, and collecting data and maintaining those properties upon conclusion, and Sustainability and Resilience that oversees all sustainability, energy, and resiliency efforts within Town municipal government and the Plymouth community, either directly managing programs and projects or coordinating with other Departments and local organizations.
Industry
Natural Resources
Color Preferences
Typically lean towards blues and greens - touches yellow/orange. Environment (trees/leaves/fish) driven with energy climate inspiration/ideas .
Our Ideas & Additional Information
Would like to work in several components: fish, leaf or tree, and the attached lighthouse. We like the idea of waves being morphed into a fish and/or a leaf (as the attached rough logo illustrates). We like that this logo shows the waves, the silver at the bottom looks like an eel, and one of the waves looks like a leaf.

The lighthouse is based on a local lighthouse known as "Bug Light", in Plymouth MA harbor; the attached picture shows a stylized version which could certainly be adjusted to match the style of the logo. Maybe the lighthouse could be in the center of the logo with other features beside it?

Local species we work with frequently to consider are: river herring (Alosa aestivalis, Alosa pseudharengus), American eel (Anguilla rostrata), pitch pine (Pinus rigida), American beech grass (Ammophila breviligulata).

We plan on using this for branding in multiple ways- staff clothing, letterhead, signage, etc.

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Discussion

 
Thank you for these logos so far! We are really happy with the options. Just to reiterate since I seem to be saying the same thing to everyone - we are looking for an image that has three things:
1.) lighthouse (encompass our “energy” component)
2.) fish (river herring)
3.) vegetation: leaf / tree / grass (we are based out of Plymouth Massachusetts USA. So no tropical veg
22 days ago
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