Brass Tacks Logo Design Contest

Brass Tacks has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 193 designs from 14 different designers from around the world.
Contest
Logo Design Brief Edit  Hide
NDChamber
United States

Slogan

GNDC's Blog

What We Do

Brass Tacks is the blog for the Greater North Dakota Chamber. We are advocates (read lobbyists) for business, target audience is policy and law makers, business ceos and c-suite leaders, elected and state officials. We would like a logo for our blog, Brass Tacks.

This is original content we create. https://www.ndchamber.com/blog/brass-tacks-2463
Contained is Q&As, interview, policy pieces, and event information. We want trustworthy, knowledgeable.

Industry

Financial

Color Preferences

Blue, Orange, Grey, Black, White
Ours colors are 2935C and 158C

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

trustworthy, informed. I like clever concepts - where there is image play with logo - Dakota Digest logo, state looks like talking bubble for example. I'm okay if there is a play on tack - hard hitting, pointed. I'd like to see a tack/pushpin. I'm okay if GNDC or Greater North Dakota Chamber is used synonymously. I'd like those in as well as blog so they can be self-explanatory in how we are using it.

I will put company logo and other event logos for use and inspiration. Dakota Digest is our enewsletter. I don't want it be the same as the Digest logo - I'd prefer no speaking bubble - unless it completely complements it versus mirrors.
Also, we are in the state of NORTH Dakota.

Themes

Masculine
Necessity
Secure

Style Inspiration

Entries
Order by Ranking Entry Number

Contest Entries

Order by Ranking Entry Number
1st  

Withdrawn

2nd  

Withdrawn

3rd  
4th  

Withdrawn

5th  
6th  

Withdrawn

7th  
8th  

Withdrawn

9th  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  
Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  

Withdrawn

Prefers others.  
1 2 3 4