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Company or website nameNapa Center for Thought & Culture
Do you want any slogans or taglines on your logo?This contest is to help us develop our first logo and a memorable brand image.
Who we are:Not Available
Describe your company and organization and target audience.The Napa Center for Thought & Culture, (NCTC) a new non-profit organization located in Napa, California, is designed to nurture the heart, mind and sprit with knowledge, culture and community, offering programs grounded in Jewish traditions and values that lead to awareness, inquiry, and a deeper understanding of the human journey.
There are people both residents and visitors alike, who are in search of something beyond Napa's focus on wine, weather and food. They hunger for something more; something intellectual, creative or spiritual that is at the heart of what NCTC has to offer.
At the outset our audience most likely will be drawn from residents and visitors from close-in locales, meaning San Francisco and the North and South Bays, later expanding to all of California and the West Coast, and ultimately attracting audiences throughout the U.S., extending across the globe.
The design should have the following:We want our design to reflect the world class culture and image of the Napa Valley as an agricultural mecca, but we want it to tell the audience that we offer programming that feeds the heart, mind and soul. We do not want grapes or, wine bottles in the design.
We want to be mindful of NCTC's underpinning job Jewish tradition, but we do not want a logo that has traditional Jewish symbols.
This logo will be used for:Print (business cards, letterheads, brochures etc.)
Online (website, online advertising, banner ads etc.)
Merchandise (mugs, t-shirts etc.)
Signs (including shops, billboards etc.)
We do not want this in the entries:We want to avoid symbols that are too overtly religious.
We want to avoid symbols that represent the wine industry.