Last Chance House Logo Design Contest

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Last Chance House has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 131 designs from 28 different designers from around the world.
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cduncanLCH
United States

What We Do

Last Chance House is an established non-profit short-term residential facility for alcoholic men wanting to learn how to live a happy and productive life in sobriety.

Industry

Travel & Hospitality

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Sober
#2 - Safe
#3 - Nurturing

Our Target Audience:

Adults 18+, Men, Northeastern Illinois, Chicagoland area, alcoholic or affected by an alcoholic man

Color Preferences

Blue, Green, White

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

The old logo is attached, and has been used since the Last Chance House was founded in 2004. We want the logo to project sobriety, safe, welcoming, accepting, compassionate

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Necessity
Secure
Masculine
Simple
Colorful
Classic

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