LiteraryLink

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Winning design #5 by ALISWOW, Logo Design for LiteraryLink Contest
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designed by ALISWOW

Project description

I need a logo to use in advertisements and on the website itself. I was thinking of the name LiteraryLink with a book somehow incorporated into it.

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Comments

  • Can you change the print font?
  • Backgrounds not allowed unless requested by CH. http://www.designcontest.com/logo-design/literarylink/entry/12/report
  • Dear CH, I have submitted #11 as my design. It using the colors you had requested, and I incorporate a book into this design by shape of LL (initial from Literary Link). Hope you like it Regards, Ainnist
  • I wanted the two L's of Literary Link to form a book.
  • I very much like your design, but feel it needs to be a bit bolder tor the web and for print. Can you fiddle with the color a bit?
  • I very much like your design, but I feel it needs to be a bit bolder to stand out in print and on the web. Can you fiddle with the color a bit?
  • the linked "i" is a concept/idea already in use http://www.designcontest.com/logo-design/literarylink/entry/62/report
  • The approach used in this design is again a traditional approach, with a serif font. The logo represents a symbol of the open book, which carries an invitation to any reader or writer, thus creating a link between the two. The colors required are in the central-sheets giving dynamics and emphasis to the brand.
  • In this design, the concept is the same as #59, but with a contemporary approach,by changing the typography to a sans serif font.
  • In this logo was used a serif font, giving a more traditional look. In this case the symbol represents the connection between writer and reader, using the two "L" from its name, forming a cycle of interaction between them. It also represents a bookcase with two books, where the requested colors stand out.
  • In this design the concept is the same as #57. The colors were changed, making the design less colorfull and more sober.
  • Dear CH, In this logo was used a sans serif typeface to give a contemporary and clean look. The junction of the two "i" represents the connection between writer and reader and the symbol used in the logo is intended to represent the initials of LiteraryLink.
  • #125 is a small variation on #120. You can imagine other hue of blue (or different color) - I don´t know what you prefer... Thank you:)
  • Hi Contest Holder, I've submitted design #122, please let me know your thoughts. Thanks
  • Backgrounds not allowed unless requested by CH. http://www.designcontest.com/logo-design/literarylink/entry/104/report
  • LiteraryLink is one word - can you change it>
  • Im working on that, Im going to send you the actually one and all the modifications you need :D thanks
  • Aliswow. I really like your design. It has the traditional look I wanted. But LiteraryLink actually has no space betweent the words. Can you try it with the two capital letters as indicated above? Also, I would just like to see it in sepia (or brown). Thanks
  • I just send the file, because the page have some problems tu upload my file, So they gime me an email, dont think wrong about me, Im at your service if you need something else,let me know it :D thanks
  • Aliswow - I'm still waiting.