Rival Teez is a new, anti-norm t-shirt company, for the modern - by the modern. Targeting the college aged market.
Logo will be used for print (business cards/stationary) and on our clothing.
It has come to my attention that many people are still confused about what we are looking for so let me clarify now.
in concept 1, you can work with an emoticon logo. Use the ones we have on the website http://www.rivalTz.com/ or make your own. Emoticon should be somewhat aggressive. It will be the model representation of our company.
in concept 2, you may make any professional logo you wish. we are open to all ideas. please make sure they give the corporation a sense of ROYALTY/HONOR (because we have business with major colleges and universities) along with RIVALRY (our other t-shirt competitors). To achieve this, we suggested using shields, or fists, or anything else that demonstrates these ideas of bold/aggressiveness. "Web 2.0" feel is also welcome.
Please keep all designs as professional, sleek, and modern as possible. Hopefully this clears up the confusion! Thank you!
CONTEST TIME HAS NOW BEEN EXTENDED.
CONCEPT 1: "emoticon-dude" Somethingsimilar to the emoticons currently on our temporary splash pagehttp://www.rivaltz.com/
Thisemoticon will represent our company, kind of like the gecko for Geico Insurance, etc.
Be creativeand be modern! You may include a body, or just a face and hands.
CONCEPT 2: you may also simply submit aregular logo concept. This must be sleek and memorable, yetsomewhat compact as well.
Logo should give the feeling of honor/prestige andworth, as this is what Universities wish to promote, and since wepromote the Universities, this is a MUST.
It should also incorporateour website address somewhere.
TO GET A BETTER SENSE OF OUR COMPANY, OUR COMPETITORS CAN BE SEEN HERE (snorgtees.com , bustedtees.com , tshirthell.com )
- simple and clean cut
- sleek, modern, memorable
- incorporating shield? fists? (for rivalry) emoticon/mascot?
- something bold with a sense of royalty and controlled urbanism/rebellion
- finals in PSD or better format
- Open to any color schemes.
- no clip art
- difficult to read fonts