Design Logo for Institution in Brazil
- Trạng thái: Closed
- Giải thưởng: $30
- Các bài thi đã nhận: 20
- Người thắng cuộc: ryansossai
Tóm tắt cuộc thi
The logo is for a NGO in Brazil named AAMC - Associação de Amigos do Mosaico Carioca.
We work with protected areas, environmental education and tourism, among other things. Have this on mind for an ideia about what our NGO represents.
Mosaico Carioca is an institution that we are associated and attached you will find their logo for reference of colors and shapes, if needed.
We have 2 ideas in mind but feel free to do what your imagination suggests:
4 symbols (look reference files attached), each one being a kind of puzzle piece or mosaic, showing only the shape color-free/clear of theses mountains/lake (Look file F attached – the christ shape substitute the “taeq” word, for example)
Attached you will find a classic photo of each symbol just for reference about the shapes of each.
Ideia # 2:
Our initials - AAMC - with trail tracks forming a mountain shape and at the end it would lead to one of the 4 symbols – Our idea is the Christ Statue at the end.
Picture A = Parque Nacional da Tijuca (Corcovado/Cristo)
Picture B = Parque Estadual da Pedra Branca (Açude do Camorim)
Picture C = Parque Natural Municipal Dois Irmãos (Dois Irmãos)
Picture D = Monumento Natural dos Morros do Pão de Açúcar e Urca
Picture E = Logo of Mosaico Carioca – the institution we are associated to.
Picture F = Logo of Taeq – clear shape example
1) Colour version and Greyscale version
2) Files in AI, PNG, JPEG format
Please note these are just ideas. It’s ok to let your imagination run free!! You can send as many logos as you want.
If you have questions or need material, anything, just let me know.
I look forward to seeing your results.
The contest will run for 7 days.
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