Lexington Market Crab Ball Logo Design Contest

Lexington Market Crab Ball has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 84 designs from 10 different designers from around the world.
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Bscene
United States

What We Do

This will be a gala celebrating Baltimore and the history of Lexington Market, the oldest continuously operating market in the country. The gala will feature festive foods, drinks, and live music.

Industry

Events

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - unique and interactive
#2 - fun
#3 - celebrating Baltimore and the history of Baltimore

Our Target Audience:

Our audience will be local residents, ages 35 to 55, they are fun professionals, middle to upper class, who love Baltimore and all of the history.

Color Preferences

Red, yellow, black - these are the colors of the Maryland flag. However, we would be open to the artist's creative style.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

We would like for a crab to be incorporated into the logo. We are using the word ball in place of gala to play on words since crab balls are a Maryland favorite food. Lexington Market is a very diverse market in downtown Baltimore. We would like for this logo to have more of an upscale feel and let guests know that this event will be much different from the day to day market.

Themes

Simple
Colorful
Luxury

Style Inspiration

Applications

Mobile
Desktop
Print
Signs
Clothing

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