Zapata Paradise Logo Design Contest

Zapata Paradise has selected their winning logo design.

For $475 they received 56 designs from 14 different designers from around the world.
Contest
Logo Design Brief
cdrepaul
United States

What We Do

We are in the vacation home rental business and this logo is for our home named "Zapata Paradise" on Galveston Island. I would like to create a character name Zapata who will eventually takes on a personality of his own. I plan to use "Zapata" as the main character of a children's scavenger hunt at our airbnb. The character Zapata will be a part of the logo but not the main focal point.

The logo is meant to be catchy and comical. Zapata in Spanish is the name of a shoe cobbler. I envision "Zapata" to be a fun/goofy beach bum character that has torn clothing, one torn up shoe with his toes sticking out and no shoe on the other foot.

Industry

Travel & Hospitality

Color Preferences

The colors of a palm tree. black, brown, green. a yellow sun

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

We are in the vacation home rental business and this logo is for our home named "Zapata Paradise" on Galveston Island. I would like to create a character name Zapata who will eventually takes on a personality of his own. I plan to use "Zapata" as the main character of a children's scavenger hunt at our airbnb. Zapata must appeal to kids. The character Zapata will be a part of the logo but not the main focal point.

The logo is meant to be catchy and comical. Zapata in Spanish is the name of a shoe cobbler. I envision "Zapata" to be a fun/goofy beach bum character that has torn clothing, one torn up shoe with his toe sticking out and no shoe on the other foot. Zapata is a shoe cobbler who spends to much time on the beach rather than repairing his own shoes.

I like the words "Zapata Paradise" stacked with "Paradise indented left on the second line. I envision a palm tree to the right the sun on the top left. I was thinking about putting the home address numbers "22126" down the trunk with the character Zapata climbed part ways up the tree nailing in the last address number "6". I like the thought of the address numbers being painted on scrap pieces of wood of that washed up on shore.
I am also very very open to whatever design you can come up with. Feel free to scrap my ideas and present somthing stronger.

Themes

Colorful
Adventure

Style Inspiration

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Discussion

Discussion

Juan5B
Venezuela
hi!, for some reason cant open the png attachment:(
2 months ago