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Crazy Squirrel Game Store
Message from the administration: this competition is for the design of the main logo only. Please, submit designs only for Crazy Squirrel Game Store. The winner of this contest will be asked to design the logos for the following modifications of the main logo:
1.Board Games 2.Role Playing Games 3.Collectible Card Games 4. 6-sided dice.
Need main store logo, but one that can also be modified for use throughout the store and different types of products we carry. I'm interested in seeing a mascot-type logo. The logo will be used on the building sign, business cards and black and white in-store signage directing people toward products. In addition, a version of the logo will also be used in ads, primarily online. The overall logo or a version of it will also be used on customized 6-sided dice (for this, think small and simple)
Suggestions -- and I'm very open to other ideas -- include using a stylized squirrel head/paws for the main logo and using a stylized squirrel tail or paws around a symbol from the specific game type (see below).
Try not to go crazy with the "crazy" -- stay away from psychotic looking vermin. One reason this name was chosen was because each person we've polled about a store name smiled at this suggestion and it was one of the few unique game store names we could come up with. The store caters not just to current gamers, but also the non-gamers making purchases for their families and loved ones. Squirrels are common to our city and have a history of antics in our downtown area (we're located in California).
Would like logo version for:
Overall store: Crazy Squirrel Game Store (CSG for short) carries dozens of different games for varied players as well as has a large, open space to play games in. We host organized events several times a week as well as larger annual events (mini gaming convention and an annual auction). If you have a suggestion for font to use for store name in conjunction with your logo, that would be good.
Board Games: These aren't your typical "Monopoly" or "Sorry" games, but rather Euro-games. You can find examples of these types of games at www.boardgamegeek.com. Search for these popular games: "Settlers of Catan," "Puerto Rico," "Carcassone" and "Ticket to Ride." Perhaps the logo difference here includes a generic game piece or a simplistic board design. Stay away from dice because that could be confused with Role Playing Games
Role Playing Games: Think "Dungeons and Dragons" or "Shadowrun." One of the most common symbols among RPGers is a "d20" -- a 20-sided die. Perhaps the logo difference here includes a d20.
Collectible Card Games: CCGs, for short, these took off with "Magic: The Gathering." Each game is played with a deck of specialized cards with the selection done by the player. The logo difference here should include some kind of card.
6-sided dice: Customized 16-mm dice will be created using the logo on what would be the "6" side of each die. This should be line art and can be very detailed.