Hill, Betts & Nash, LLP. Logo Design Contest

Hill, Betts & Nash, LLP. has selected their winning logo design.

For $675 they received 286 designs from 30 different designers from around the world.
Contest
Logo Design Brief
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hillbettsnash
United States

Slogan

The Strongest Ships Never Sink

What We Do

Hill, Betts & Nash LLP is one of the last original New York City boutique law firms specializing in admiralty and general maritime law. Hill, Betts & Nash specializes in matters relating to ship-owners defense, the Merchant Marine Act of 1920 (aka the Jones Act), marine insurance disputes, marine pollution and environmental matters, collisions, salvage, cargo disputes, bunker contamination and bunker disputes, regulatory compliance matters relating to the United States Coast Guard, Federal Maritime Commission, and Maritime Administration, as well as, domestic and international marine commercial transactions, including corporate governance, charter party negotiations and disputes, ship building and ship refinancing transactions, and transportation law.

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Color Preferences

Colors associated with the legal profession and the maritime environment. Blues, sea greens as a starting point

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

We are open to suggestions for ideas however we would like to have included into the logo one, some, or all of the following: anchor, ships helm, lighthouse, scales of justice, ships, ocean, nautical charts.

One of our ideas is to take the scales of justice make the base of it into an achor (specifically the anchor flukes coming out). Have the anchor situated on rocks or dug into rocks. The shank of anchor extending up into a lighthouse and the two arms of the anchor jutting off the lighthouse structure to hold the scales of justice. (open to incorporation of a ships helm surrounding the main focal point and the entirety of the logo being laid over a nautical chart).

Themes

Necessity
Modern
Secure

Style Inspiration

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Discussion

Discussion

hillbettsnash
United States
Please do not add the slogan to the logo. We prefer it without the slogan currently.
1 month ago
hillbettsnash
United States
Please continue submitting. We have not made a list of finalist yet. Please pay attention to the details we have asked in our submission and in individual submissions. There are 20 hours left in the contest please keep submitting designs.
1 month ago