Logo Design for New Jersey Screen Printing Company

  • Status: Closed
  • Prize: $290
  • Entries Received: 104
  • Winner: JoeMista

Contest Brief

Enjay Printing and Design is a small screen printing company in Northern New Jersey. We print T-shirts and other goods and apparel for businesses, organizations, brands, clubs and other folks who need T-shirts for branding and identification purposes. We

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Employer Feedback

“Great designer with excellent communication skills. He started out by submitting a very plain design to our logo design contest, and we sent him back a few suggestions on how he could improve. He took the suggestions, submitted several new designs and 48 hours later, he won! In fact, we liked his submissions so much that we ended the contest four days early and gave him the prize. Super. ”

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Public Clarification Board

  • Zubairthreaded
    Zubairthreaded
    • 4 years ago

    Grats

    • 4 years ago
  • jordanpfremgen
    jordanpfremgen
    • 4 years ago

    Hey let me know what ya think of #110 and #118, thanks :)

    • 4 years ago
  • JNBIII
    Contest Holder
    • 4 years ago

    Hi, everyone. We modified this to a sealed contest, so that new designers can't "piggyback" off the great submissions that you've all already put in. Again: Wonderful start, and I think we're getting closer to a winner. Keep up the good work!

    • 4 years ago
  • sadiq2010
    sadiq2010
    • 4 years ago

    please check #69

    • 4 years ago
  • jonathanfilbert
    jonathanfilbert
    • 4 years ago

    Please check #81, #148 and feedback with me! Thank you!

    • 4 years ago
  • JNBIII
    Contest Holder
    • 4 years ago

    Hello again, designers. Another night of great submissions! We will get back to everyone with individual feedback, but please give us a little time to respond since we have jobs to do in the meantime. It looks like we are going to break into the 4 star area today. Can we get to 5 stars? (If you do, you win!)

    • 4 years ago
  • EzeldeenMustafa
    EzeldeenMustafa
    • 4 years ago

    #124

    • 4 years ago
  • wantnewjob
    wantnewjob
    • 4 years ago

    Check me please #122, #123, im used two colors, (100% cyan and 100% magenta), thanks

    • 4 years ago
  • JNBIII
    Contest Holder
    • 4 years ago

    Also: Please note how many of the attached sample logos accomplish everything in one or two colors. Thanks!

    • 4 years ago
  • JNBIII
    Contest Holder
    • 4 years ago

    A designer asked if we wanted the design to be cartoony or elegant. This is our answer: "Take a look at the 'Reel Farm' logo attached to the design brief. It's playful, but I wouldn't call it 'cartoony.' It's also smart with the way it combines the movie reel and the tractor. As a composition, we think it works great. Accomplish this, and you win." Thanks for your participation everyone!

    • 4 years ago
  • askleo
    askleo
    • 4 years ago

    #85 feedback

    • 4 years ago
  • jonathanfilbert
    jonathanfilbert
    • 4 years ago

    Please check #81 and feedback with me! Thank you!

    • 4 years ago
  • JNBIII
    Contest Holder
    • 4 years ago

    Hello, designers. Thanks to everyone for the submissions so far. I tried to provide as much individual feedback as possible, but I wanted to give some general input to help guide future submissions. So far, I think jox58 has done the best job capturing the screen printing process with designs #40 and #41. #41, I think, is particularly clever with the way that it represents the screen on a hinge. The reason why these designs are only received 2 stars is that they are not quite as clean and elegant and modern and minimal as we think they could be. The color schemes could also be simplified to highlight the design elements, and conform more to the colors in the design brief.

    • 4 years ago
  • JNBIII
    Contest Holder
    • 4 years ago

    I also want to give special recognition to #34 by hoch2wo, which cleverly combines a repeated graphic element into a T-shirt. Also: #28 by Ojiek is pretty clever with the pouring ink can, but it would have to executed better to win. So, there's still work to be done and improvements to be made, but I think we're off to a good start. Please feel free to contact us with questions. And remember: Everything you need to win is in the design brief, the attached samples and your brain. Good luck!

    • 4 years ago
  • sadiq2010
    sadiq2010
    • 4 years ago

    please check #49

    • 4 years ago
  • jox58
    jox58
    • 4 years ago

    Please have a look at #40, thanks!

    • 4 years ago
  • leya27
    leya27
    • 4 years ago

    and #32 thanks

    • 4 years ago
  • leya27
    leya27
    • 4 years ago

    any feedback #26 and #31

    • 4 years ago
  • CnYDesigns
    CnYDesigns
    • 4 years ago

    Please have a look at #29, thanks!

    • 4 years ago

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