The Fueled by Beer Radio Show is looking for an updated, fresh logo to start its 2007 year out with a bang.
Fueled by Beer Radio
Â“Drink Before You ThinkÂ” or Â“Completely Wrong Radio for Completely Wrong PeopleÂ”
Desired Color Scheme:
Black, Orange, Grey, Yellow (Just Pick 2 or 3 of these)
edgy, irreverent, young, hip, loud, controversial. Try not to be too literal with the design, though. Be sure to keep it clean, simple and easily recognizable (as all logos should be)
Accepted File Formats:
Vector .AI and .EPS + fonts. Winner is expected to provide all files used including font(s).
Were looking to clean our image up a tad and need your help. We need one logo that will capture the feel of our show and the attitudes of the hosts. Were a politically incorrect, un-censored radio show and podcast. Our main demographic is just about anyone over the age of 18 that hangs on the internet for any length of time but with a strong focus on males from 21 to 39. Our current website can be seen here:
It is strongly recommended that you preview this site and listen to at least some of the shows to get a good feel of who we are. Aside from the cash prize, the winner will be promoted heavily on the radio show and Web site (if desired we respect your privacy if you wish to remain anonymous)
We are looking for a 2 or 3 color design that looks great on the Web and on full color printed materials, BUT that we can reduce or simplify as needed to 1 color for printing and still have it be very recognizable/readable.
Logo Design to be used in:
Company Digital Communications: Website and HTML Email
Printed Materials: T-shirts, Business cards, letterhead, envelopes, bumper stickers, etc.
Fonts: Open but please choose a font face that is clean and legible at a variety of sizes.
Other notes: RSS image tags used to identify all podcasts are square. The RSS image (album art) is also used on all podcast directories and shows up in almost all media players. So a logo with the same height and width dimensions (doesnt have to be square circle would work well too) would be ideal rather than a long, horizontal logo.