John A Keith for State Representative Logo Design Contest

John A Keith for State Representative has selected their winning logo design.

For $350 they received 110 designs from 24 different designers from around the world.
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JohnAKeith
United States

Slogan

An Independent Voice

What We Do

** Please use my complete name in any logo - John A Keith, not just John Keith.

** It might be good to have "3rd Suffolk" or "for 3rd Suffolk State Representative" as part of the logo.

Please see below for more info:

I am considering a political campaign - a run for State Representative for the Third Suffolk district in Massachusetts. This is a state-wide office. I would be representing over 18,000 residents of several neighborhoods in Boston. My neighbors are poor, rich, and in-between, black, white, Hispanic, and gay / straight. I am running as an independent; my competitor will be a Democrat.

Industry

Non-Profit

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - the future
#2 - trustworthy
#3 - exciting

Our Target Audience:

Voters in Massachusetts who are in my district and are interested in voting. Black, white, Hispanic, gay/straight, all ages, both poor and rich, and some middle-class, some unemployed, parents, voters, urban, liberal, family-oriented.

Color Preferences

Red, blue, orange, purple

Themes

Masculine
Necessity
Economical
Modern
Secure

Style

Wordmark

Stylized type that may include small abstract or pictorial elements.
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JohnAKeith
United States
Hi. I should have been more specific, then. Sorry. I live in the city in a neighborhood made up of condos and apartment buildings. There may be signs in people's windows, but nothing on front lawns. The design was mostly to be used on "drop cards" (through mail slots) and on other "lit", as well as maybe on business cards. So, stuff people can see close-up.

Thanks!
12 years ago