St. Anselm Anglican Church Logo Design Contest

St. Anselm Anglican Church has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 184 designs from 10 different designers from around the world.
Contest
Logo Design Brief
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davidbaugham
United States

What We Do

Target Audience: Those of all ages who are interested in the historic Christian faith and exploring the Anglican tradition.

Mission Statement: St. Anselm Anglican Church aspires to be a hope-filled community that welcomes all to join in the worship of God and in the reconciliation of all people to God, to city and to one another. We invite you to seek Jesus with us through the teaching of God’s Word, the beauty of the Anglican liturgy and the breaking of bread.

Industry

Religious

Color Preferences

Blue, Gold, and/or Grey primarily.
Two to three colors.

Blue more so than the others. This was one of the blues from our previous logo:
Darker Blue:
R: 98
G: 110
B:121

St. Anselm was known for his intellect, as he was one of the greatest theologians; therefore, we chose the color for knowledge.

We don't want red, orange, or pink; although we are open to the artist's discretion and ideas.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

It is a necessity to include a cross in the design. We may recommend the use of the Canterbury cross, or St. Cuthbert's cross. We are seeking a design which is historic, but also accessible. We do not want it to be too obscure; however, we want to be sure to connect with our Anglican church roots and our patron saint, St. Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury.

You may also consider a bishop's mitre and/or staff, as well as the Coat of Arms of the Anglican diocese of Canterbury and any associated logos or concepts with St. Anselm and the Archbishop of Canterbury.

Themes

Colorful
Classic
Refined
Secure

Style Inspiration

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Discussion

Discussion

davidbaugham
United States
We have extended the Finalist phase by 3 days in order to survey stakeholders and allow more time for feedback.
7 months ago
davidbaugham
United States
Hi all, thanks for your patience as we are gaining feedback from our church members. That is why we extended the final phase. We will be in touch very soon!!
7 months ago
davidbaugham
United States
Hello everyone, We are so grateful for these ideas.

After discussing with our members we are very pleased with the designs, but would like to add something that makes it more distinctive to St. Anselm.

We would be grateful if you could experiment with adding one or more ideas to the design:

1) A book, a bookend, or a book spine - St. Anselm was a renowned scholar! And He wrote extensively on Jesus "The Word" becoming a man.

2) A bishop's staff - St. Anselm was a bishop - a "shepherd" of the church. With a quick search you can see that a bishop's staff curls at the end like a shepherd's hook.

Thanks again!!
7 months ago