THE FORUM Logo Design Contest

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THE FORUM has selected their winning logo design.

For $675 they received 338 designs from 64 different designers from around the world.
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knations
United States

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Color Preferences

Muted colors - blacks whites greys browns with sporadic other colors to reflect a 18th or 19th century vibe.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

See the logos I chose for examples and use your creativity.

Letterpress, handcut letter fonts, or even Greek Letters using a V for the U in FORVM could be nice as well.

Themes

Luxury
Masculine
Complex
Colorful
Classic
Raw

Style Inspiration

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Discussion

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knations
United States
Thanks everyone for taking on this project over the holidays!

LogoTournament has been especially nice to me over the years and I expect this tournament to be no less spectacular.

Please leave comments with any questions - I can't wait to see what comes out of this
3 months ago
knations
United States
PLEASE take a look at the Style Inspirations I selected to guide you in your logo creation! I gave them quite a bit of thought
3 months ago
knations
United States
The FORUM was a place where the Greeks held the senate and other important political and business gatherings.

I want to explain my comments about replacing the U with a V - if you look at historical buildings where lettering is etched in marble or granite, the letter U shows up often as the letter V ...

If you do something that looks like stone carved logo, this would be appropriate use of switching the letters. If not it doesn't make nearly as much sense.

I'm sorry I wasn't more clear.

ALSO I want to convey a sense of OLD STABILITY. So logos that look like a century old (or much more) will evokee the vibe that we're looking for
3 months ago