Evanstar Insurance Group Logo Design Contest

Evanstar Insurance Group has selected their winning logo design.

For $300 they received 193 designs from 42 different designers from around the world.
Contest
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pidus
United States

What We Do

we are a leading insurance agency servicing the sate of florida in the usa. we offer all forms of insurance including auto, homeowners, flood, residential, commercial, life, health, motorcycle, boat, RV. our focus is superior customer service and educating our clients regarding the risks and how insurance can help them. the name "Evanstar" is because of our first child, Evan, who was born 2.5 years ago.

Industry

Insurance

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Insurance should not be complicated
#2 - We offer no obligation policy comparisons
#3 - Our service is unique and we are well respected in the state of florida

Our Target Audience:

All residents of Florida, ages 18 and up, any gender, all income levels, all occupations, all education levels, who own or lease automobiles, owns or rents houses, families looking to implement insurance protection, business and residential customers looking for a economical alternative to their current insurance policies.

Color Preferences

i am open to color schemes and welcome the artists' creative license...

Style

Wordmark

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

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

Abstract shapes and symbols convey an idea or feeling.
Letterform Mark

A monogram usually consisting of 1-3 letters.
Emblem

A badge that usually envelopes the logo
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Applications

Web
Print
Signs
Television
Clothing

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Discussion

Discussion

pidus
United States
QUICK NOTE FOR DESIGNERS.......WE HAVE A TOLL FREE NUMBER.....866-MY-FL-STAR
12 years ago
pidus
United States
wow what great design submissions......i tried to comment on all of them and i really appreciate everyone's efforts, this is my first time using logo tournament so if my comments are too vague or need a little more clarification please let me know.....
12 years ago
kkay
United States
Can you tell creatives what would be your maximum number of colors. Please keep in mind the cost of printing the logo. Thank you.
12 years ago
pidus
United States
hmmm, maybe a 3 color max.....i think that would be a good number.....
12 years ago
pidus
United States
I want to thank all of you for your entries....i just want to let you all know that i was going crazy looking at all the designs so i cleaned everything up and put some of the duplicates in the not interested section....please do not take offense, I'm just doing it so i can see the other entries a little clearer... :)
12 years ago
pidus
United States
QUICK QUESTION: i noticed that a lot of you submitted graphics or logos with 3-d effects, for example, reflections, shadows, light spots...they will look great online or on a website, however, if one of those are chosen in the end do i get a basic logo that can be printed on letterhead or t-shirts etc so that the image will look crisp without the 3-d effects....please let me know....i am new at this....any insight will be helpful....
12 years ago
wolv
Indonesia
they (or at least i) basically can provide you with basic logo, but it's better if you ask them in here because not all the 3d effect logo looks good when it degrades to basic.
12 years ago
bluejet
Australia
I usually start with a 2d logo and make sure it looks good first then add the 3d or 2.0 look as final touch
to show what it would look like on a website as most logos are used on websites.
I believe a logo should look good 2d and prefer the traditional 2d look myself but in these logo contests
the CH's seem to be impressed by the 3d effect, so most designers do it.
It is sad fact that these days a lot very classic logos are being changed into a flashy new designs/looks
for no real good reason. (the xerox is a good example). Thats my two cents.
ps. wolv is very good at the classic clean logo look.
12 years ago
bluejet
Australia
By the way you could just ask everyone for 2d (or no effects) logos only for the contest so you get a good idea of how it would look when printed.
12 years ago
kkay
United States
I am with wolv and bluejet. I create logos in black and white first, then add color(s), and then make it web with reflections, gradients, and such other such effects. So, my suggestion to you would be ask the designer to show you what the logo will look like in black and white and then with solid colors and no effects.
12 years ago
intrepidguppy
Canada
Congrats ulahts :)
12 years ago
ulahts
Romania
Thanks intrepid!
12 years ago