Lumen Entertainment Logo Design Contest

Lumen Entertainment has selected their winning logo design.

For $475 they received 208 designs from 28 different designers from around the world.
Contest
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lumenentertainment
United States

What We Do

Mission:
To enlighten and nourish with the gospel truth through the arts.
Vision:
To create a passionate audience community that unites to support the distribution of faith-based entertainment.

There are small amounts of quality Catholic/Christian entertainment and expensive distribution channels to communicate the content that does exist. Lumen is trying to organize and expand that space in order to provide better access to entertainment that will stir yearning in consumers for God and combat apathy towards Christ.

Industry

Entertainment

Color Preferences

image #e4b639
Wording #4558a8

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

***UPDATE***
THANK YOU for all the creative submissions using the Flor. If you have been holding back any ideas on focusing more on the light aspect of the name please submit them.
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Our current logo is attached "For Light back.png" We would like to use the same colors.
The "Lumen_flor_logo_concept_A.jpg" is a rendition of a symbol from the Aztec culture which can mean sun , god, etc. but we are focusing on the sun/light meaning since the name of our company, LUMEN is the latin word for light.
I would like to see the flor in different variations, even some using the negative space or filling the petals in etc. A focus on the light aspect is key.
The Lumen font needs to fit with the image. As I'm sure you see it currently does not.
The full name of our company is Lumen Entertainment. I'm open to simplifying it to: Lumen in the logo if the design calls for it. But when I put it on letter head, envelopes, etc. I need to include Entertainment in a non awkward way:)

Themes

Simple
Necessity
Classic
Refined

Style Inspiration

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Discussion

Discussion

lumenentertainment
United States
I hope you all of you designers receive this message. I want to thank you for your creative expressions. They we're thoughtful in the challenge of making the invisible (Light) visible. Ideas I never imagined. You inspired me.
Thank you. I greatly appreciate your willingness to express who you are in your craft. Your timely and gracious responses, your willingness to workout an idea, and willingness to propose something new are fantastic traits. I can't award the win to all of you, but I do have something i can share and that is insight into one clients decision making process.
Working with artists who will run with direction first and then explore new ideas is awesome. It helps me feel listened to and then opens me up to a different direction. In this contest I would say you have the charming Britt to thank for that. My main gauge was the expectation my industry has established and then how far can we creatively push the envelope and still have the audience accept it. The other element I was looking for, even though I could not verbalize it until now was the effect of your design on the subject matter. Which communicated the affect it had on the viewer. It gave the logo a sense of purpose and action. A tall order, and one many of you successfully achieved. The last gauge was the timelessness of the logo. Once again achieved by many. These thoughts, are certainly not gospel, and more of a rant to express my thanks to you, but I hope they give a glimpse into the mind of your next client. Thanks again. I'll keep you all in prayer especially during this world wide lock down. Anybody got any toilet paper? It's a hot item around here. Warm Regards, Brian Shields
1 year ago