The TJ Lobraico Foundation -a Logo Design Contest by lrohatsch

Creative Brief

Contest received 127 entries and the contest holder has awarded a winner.

Company or website name

The TJ Lobraico Foundation

Slogan or Tagline

Live For TJ

Describe your company and organization and target audience

The TJ Lobraico Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Target audience will be anyone!

SSgt TJ Lobraico, Jr, USAF. was killed in action while serving active duty in Afghanistan with the United States Air Force.

He was born on November 23, 1990 and was a graduate of New Fairfield High School, Class of 2008. He attended Western Connecticut State University studying Justice and Law Administration and aspired to continue his public service as a police officer. TJ graduated from Security Forces Technical School with distinguished honors.

TJ was continuing the family legacy of military service that began with his grandparents. He was serving with the 105th Security Forces Squadron at Stewart Air National Guard Base in Newburgh, NY, where his parents still actively serve. He had also served active duty with the USAF from 2010 until 2011 at Balad Air Base in Iraq.

TJ was known to live life to the fullest, he was spontaneous and could bring about laughter and joy in every aspect of his life and those around him. He was generous with a smile, or a kind word to anyone in need.

TJ's legacy of service will live on via Live for TJ - The TJ Lobraico Foundation. The mission of Live for TJ is to provide educational scholarships or support to people and organizations who exemplify service before self.

The design should have the following

Lapel of the tuxedo t-shirt.
Name & slogan

This logo will be used for

  • Online (Website, facebook etc.)
  • Print (business cards, letterheads, brochures etc.)
  • Merchandise (mugs, t-shirts etc.)
  • Signs (including shops, billboards etc.)

Colors to use in the design

Black, white and maybe a subtle patriotic theme.

Briefly describe your contest

Design a logo for a nonprofit foundation enacted in memory of a fallen American Hero.