Disappearing Ink (Tattoo Removal)

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$300 paid

113 custom designs

38 pre-qualified designers.

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Winning design #48 by Creativitron, Logo Design for Disappearing Ink (Tattoo Removal) Contest
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Project description

We're a dermatology practice with a division that specializes in laser tattoo removal. We're looking for a new, artistic design for the name "Disappearing Ink." Specifically, we'd like the new design to feature the following elements: 1. Color: Black 2. Font Style: Script (Picture a fancy scripted text tattoo) 3. Design Elements: We want to incorporate a fade element into the design to tie in the idea of "removal" and "disappearing." We were envisioning the tattoo to get lighter and lighter toward the end and having the "k" in the word "Ink" practically disappear. 4. Overall feel: Artistic

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  • Please, CH, Look at my works # 18 and # 20. The source was modified exclusively for this work. Please, I want to know your opinion about my proposed concept for your brand. I await your feedback. Thank you.
  • ww1
    I like the font type for the first two and really like what you did with the inverted color scheme for the middle design. Still not capturing the artistic look and feel we're searching for. From my experience as a designer, the best designs will come from someone who sketches it by hand, similar to how tattoo artists do it, then scan it into Photoshop to add the final touches and desired effects.
  • ww1
    I like what you did with changing the "Ink" font type, but I think the symbol is a bit random.
  • ww1
    This is in the right track, but I'd like to incorporate a script-design within the text. The key will be balancing the artistic elements with a legible font. A simple fancy script font won't cut it. This is the best on yet though, keep them coming guys!
  • ww1
    Thank you for the submissions so far. The first four entries weren't exactly what I had in mind. Just to be clear, the best design will have a custom, scripted calligraphy feel to it like you'd see in a tattoo. I'm a graphic designer myself, however this project will require a person with a very artistic style of graphic designing. Here are a few links to use as references but please feel free to add your own creative twist! http://www.google.com/imgres?q=tattoo+script&hl=en&biw=1273&bih=658&tbm=isch&tbnid=20ziYYHSDoO3fM:&imgrefurl=http://savedtattoo.wordpress.com/2011/01/26/some-tattoos-by-anderson-luna-saved-tattoo/&docid=gdV9hD_Ew6MBNM&imgurl=http://savedtattoo.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/script3.jpg&w=3264&h=2448&ei=zVwmUfmpAYyK0QHr1YG4Cg&zoom=1&ved=1t:3588,i:183&iact=rc&dur=1134&sig=113241908076601392629&page=1&tbnh=194&tbnw=249&start=0&ndsp=16&tx=172&ty=95 http://www.google.com/imgres?q=tattoo+script&hl=en&biw=1273&bih=658&tbm=isch&tbnid=fljVDHyjgSBX1M:&imgrefurl=http://haightashburytattooandpiercing.com/category/tattoos/script-tattoos/page/2/&docid=vVVXHt7_lVug7M&imgurl=http://haightashburytattooandpiercing.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/scriptarm.jpg&w=3280&h=1540&ei=zVwmUfmpAYyK0QHr1YG4Cg&zoom=1&ved=1t:3588,i:165&iact=rc&dur=600&sig=113241908076601392629&page=1&tbnh=154&tbnw=328&start=0&ndsp=16&tx=224&ty=86
  • About #46 - I know you requested the fading gradient, but I think it's going to be hard to read and get the desired effect you are looking for. So here's my idea for a legible logo that incorporates the "disappearing" effect you want. Thanks for your consideration!
  • ww1
    I like this design, but don't love it YET. A few suggestions: Put the text on one line; get rid of the non-text swirl lines; once the text is on one line, create a gradient effect starting from the beginning and ending at the letter "K" (should be lighter as it gets to the letter "k" practically invisible).
  • ww1
    Thank you all for your submissions so far. It seems as if many of you are just using a scripted font that can pass for a font used in a tattoo, which is not enough. We want this design to incorporate elements of a real tattoo that someone would get drawn out for them. That being said, keep in mind shading & playing around with the gradients. Feel free to draw this on a skin-color canvas and play around with colors. Below are some links to tattoo images that inspired the idea for this logo. http://bit.ly/XuzCKS http://bit.ly/15Bor9E http://bit.ly/Wfw4fe
  • Check #50 & #51 please im waiting ..................
  • CH, Howdy! I was thrilled when I came across your logo design contest. Please see my latest submission, #52. I wanted to incorporate your requested look and feel, along with your color scheme. I added in elements that are well known in the tattoo industry, thick dark border with interior letters. And instead of creating a fade-out ending with the "k" in "ink", I decided to make the actual word "disappearing" disappear. :) You will also notice that I included a sparkle effect for the dots in the "i's", to signify laser tattoo removal. Will await any feedback you may have to offer. :) Thanks! Dina
  • ww1
    So far we like the top design the best. Perhaps play with the font styles to differentiate the word "Ink" from "Disappearing." Also, I'm curious to see how this would look using our shades of blue. The two shades we use for our graphics are a light blue (#6dc6e6) and dark blue (#243976). Can we see some options using those colors?
    • Hello CH. Thank you very much for your feedback. I submitted #73 with a light tone of blue. I also added the spark at the end of the extension to symbolize a laser. If you need anything else please let me know. Best Regards

  • Hi Contest Holder, I've just submitted my design #65 & #66 Thanks.
  • Waiting for your opinion Mr CH ..............................
  • Dear ch check mine and need ur reply #87 ..........................
  • Hello Contest Holder,I really enjoyed participating in this contest, and I hope you liek my design entries. I'm open to remarks and suggestions so please tell me and I'll revise the designs. #102 #106 #112 Thanks!
  • Hi i just submit my Two Designs #113 and #114 Please Review and Rate it if possible please comment on it ~ Regards
  • please have a look at #120 hope to hear from you. Thanks