Oldschooldave tuvo su nuevo logotipos a través de un concurso de diseño:
New logo wanted for The RodCast
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A weekly podcast focusing on the people and the goings-on from inside the world of traditional hot rodding.
Logo types to explore
Estilo de diseño
The podcast will be one on one interviews with people from the traditional hot rod world both young and old. This world is very "retro" and romanticizes the America of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, especially the WWII era. The cars built and maintained in this section of the hobby always have WWII aircraft inspiration going on. Also, the market is predominantly blue-collar based with a slight influence from big ( but old ) industry as well as small hands on businesses like auto-service/gas station/... that kind of thing. I see fonts used in this world a lot as being either deco looking or mid 20th century sign shop stuff... especially "door art" as seen on company trucks from the 30s 40s 50s. The podcast has a slogan, which is; "... preserve and promote the tradition ... " Also, the host of the podcast is David Steele. I don't see the host's name as being very prominent in the logo, but including it is an option. Basically top to bottom I'm imagining something like; The Rodcast with host David Steele Preserve and Promote the Tradition Something like that, but we're obviously open to any and all ideas... that's why we're here. Thanks
Todo comenzó con un brief de diseño.
Diseñadores de todo el mundo presentaron su magia del diseño.
entradas de diseño
Oldschooldave colaboró con diseñadores para refinar sus ideas
Califica los diseños
Y luego ... ¡seleccionaron un ganador!
En el camino, se encontraron con muchos diseñadores talentosos ...
Creemos que los concursos son una forma súper divertida de obtener diseño.
Concursos terminados recientemente:
secondary English teachers, humanities teachers
Aspiring authors, writers, people who are exploring an inner journey
Entrepreneurs in professional industries (law, accounting, consulting). Age: 25-45.
Males - more men prep than women: 69% vs. 31% of women; The age of “average prepper” is a between 40-50 years old; Prep
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