The Harold H. Silverstein Early Childhood CollectionLogo Design Contest

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The Harold H. Silverstein Early Childhood Collection has selected their winning logo design.

For $875 they received 175 designs from 21 different designers from around the world.

Logo Design Brief

Client
United States
What We Do
This is a logo/illustration of a bookplate for a special collection of children's books within a school library.
Industry
Education
Color Preferences
Blues

This is a design/illustration for a bookplate to be affixed to children's books within a school library.
Our Ideas & Additional Information
We want a modern, simple image/illustration of a little boy and girl reading.

The Rashi School logo at the top center of the bookplate (see link below).
Logo link: https://asset.brandfetch.io/idbRCT5dTo/idKmksWOlX.jpeg
Beneath the logo, the name of the collection ("The Harold H. Silverstein Early Childhood Collection") in bold.
Beneath that and in the center of the bookplate would be the image/illustration.
Beneath that at the bottom center will be a short quote first in English and then, beneath it, in Hebrew
Don't worry about the Hebrew at this time.
Here's the quote -- it should be in italics with quotation marks:
"You shall teach them to your children."
On the left side of the bookplate will be the school's 5 core values in English.
Core Values: Learning/Justice/Community/Respect/Spirit
See link: https://www.rashi.org/mission-core-values/
On the right side of the bookplate will be the school's 5 core values in Hebrew.
Again, don't worry about the Hebrew at this time.

"The bookplate would be framed (as the old one is) with:
The name of the fund in big letters at the top.
Hebrew and English of the quote along the bottom, with the citation in smaller letters underneath.
The five values in Hebrew running down the right side of the frame.
The five values in English running down the left side of the frame.
The Rashi logo inside the frame, on/in part of the illustration (e.g., a tree trunk, grass, maybe a Rashi book bag?)

Since all the new text is less than all the old text, and the new logo is smaller than the old logo, there should be plenty of room, especially if we want a simpler illustration."

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Discussion

 
Please let me know if you have any questions. I realize there are a lot of elements involved. Thank you.
26 days ago
 
Logo Designer
it would be helpful to now the size of the bookplate H/W
23 days ago
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