Salty Goldens Logo Design Contest

Salty Goldens has selected their winning logo design.

For $475 they received 108 designs from 13 different designers from around the world.
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Mainstreet Market
United States

What We Do

Salty Goldens is a dog breeder of golden retrievers. The dog that started the breeding business in named Kino. Kino is a male golden retriever with a reddish hue.
Salty Goldens also offers guardian program where Salty Goldens allows families to "own" a golden retriever that Salty Goldens will breed.
Salty Goldens offers doggy daycare, training, branded merchandise, special events such as beach days, food options as well as other dog related activities.
Primary business is breeding beautiful, reddish Golden Retrievers.
Owner and Kino are big boaters and water lovers. Thus the focus on a nautical look for the logo.

Industry

Service Industries

Color Preferences

Kino is reddish brown. Dog image should be near actual color.
Also like Navy Blue for nautical styling.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

1. Drawing of Kino's head within a nautical throw ring. Head fills ring with hair flowing over parts of ring. Salty Goldens name on throw ring. Kino with a dog collar with his name on collar.
2. Drawing of Kino's head with collar. Collar will have anchors on each side of his name. Below head is Salty Goldens name.
3. Drawing of Kino on front of boat with wind blowing through his hair. Salty Goldens name on underside of gunnel (front part of boat below deck above waterline). Collar has name Kino.
4. Drawing of Kino with nautical rope making circle around head. Rope spells Salty Goldens under his head. Nautical look/feel.
5. Anything nautical using Kino image/drawing, boating, ocean, reefs, anchors...

Themes

Masculine
Simple
Colorful
Luxury
Classic
Refined
Adventure

Style Inspiration

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Discussion

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Ivan F
Canada
Hello All,

For some reason some of the files attached have been stripped of their ".jpg" extension. If you rename the file to "1.jpg" etc, the images will be viewable.
1 year ago