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Company or website nameHivemind Games
Do you want any slogans or taglines on your logo?An emerging gaming company is seeking a sharp, highly refined, logo to be used across web, film, print, clothing.
Who we are:We make games addicting
Describe your company and organization and target audience.We make kick ass games, that are built with simplicity, strategy, and elegance. Like a hive attracts bee's our games attract our customers. Our simple intuitive highly addictive games help separate us from the rest of the crowd. We don't settle for a sub-par games, our games implement bleeding edge technology that leads the industry in the standard to expect for games. Our audience consist equally of men & women and range from 13 - 28 years of age.
The design should have the following:It should have the concept of a hive in some form or fashion
It should have reference to the idea of a "hive mind" or "hive collective"
It should represent technology in some way
It should be simple yet effective and be capable of being displayed in a monochrome format so that it's easily recognizable. Idea here is that colors should not being the leading factor, it's shape design should be the primary concern, colors should accentuate the design. Not the other way around.
Comic style art with (thick outline) - (thin detail lines) is highly preferred.
A "mascot" like character is acceptable
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:The design should not have a literal "brain" or "mind"
We don't want "bee" colors e.g. yellow black
Honey shouldn't be used as a representation for "hive" nor should it be a back reference to hive.
The text should not be blocky
Our tagline should NOT be part of the design. We don't want to place the tagline along with the logo to effectively brand ourselves.