Topeka Swing Dance Logo Design Contest

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Topeka Swing Dance has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 213 designs from 14 different designers from around the world.
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Entries by pakde

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TopekaSwingDance commented on #166

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Good use of navy and teal, nice solid colors.

Figure is in a good pose, but still looks contemporary rather than vintage.
10 months ago

TopekaSwingDance commented on #150

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I like the line giving the words a frame at the bottom.

Fonts still look too modern.

Solid colors, please, not stripes. And green is an accent color for us, for our main designs we use more teal, yellow and navy.
10 months ago

TopekaSwingDance commented on #149

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The fonts look like a 1990s computer game font to me. We want it to look like it could be from the 1930s or 1940s.
10 months ago

TopekaSwingDance commented on #147

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Fonts still look modern to me rather than vintage.

Would prefer solid colors to striping.
10 months ago

pakde commented on #148

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difference font options
thanks
10 months ago

TopekaSwingDance commented on #139

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I think the proportions of the size of the dancer to the words is better on this one.
10 months ago

TopekaSwingDance commented on #140

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The pose for the dancer is more vintage, good swing dance pose. Can it look like they are wearing pants rather than just their legs fading down into their feet (that's part of the reason it looks modern, I think). Also, although we don't want couples dancing together, we do want both men and women to feel inspired and invited to join by our logo.

Prefer solid colors to the striping on the figure and in the "O."

The fonts are still very modern. Maybe Google 1930s and 1940s fonts for inspiration.
10 months ago

pakde commented on #140

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vintage feel
THANKS
10 months ago

TopekaSwingDance commented on #56

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Fun idea to put the capitol dome in the O.

The green is an accent color only, we'd prefer teal, yellow and navy in our logo.
10 months ago

TopekaSwingDance commented on #62

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If you'd like check out our files for pictures and sketches of swing dancers to get some pose ideas.
10 months ago

TopekaSwingDance commented on #63

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Orange is one of our accent colors. Teal, yellow and navy are our three most used colors.

The font and figure still look very modern. We really want a vintage feel to this logo because our dances come from the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s.
10 months ago

TopekaSwingDance commented on #54

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This figure has a modern, contemporary dance feel (as do the fonts). We want our logo to have a vintage feel. Think 1920s, 30s and 40s.
10 months ago

pakde commented on #49

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Used Abstract dance #54 #55 and #56 thanks
10 months ago

TopekaSwingDance commented on #49

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Would like to see this without guy/girl pairing of dancers (like a dancer or dancers in the O, just not guy/girl pairing) and a different choice than red.
10 months ago

TopekaSwingDance commented on #39

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No obvious guy/girl couples dancing, please. If there are full figures dancing in the logo their gender, age and race all need to be ambiguous. In our group we have women that dance with women, men that dance with men, etc. and people of all ages and races. We want to portray that inclusive community. That is very important to us!

We are open to dancing legs, feet, shoes, dancing letters, dancing inanimate objects. (No dancing animals, please, though.)
10 months ago