Design me a logo, t-shirt, coin and patch
- Status: Closed
- Prize: $300
- Entries Received: 13
- Winner: Muyed
The “Spartan War Horses Inc” Project involves creating the most bad ass logo and then incorporating the design into a T-Shirt, a Coin and also a Patch.
The logo is to be of a Spartan warrior in full flight on a charging horse. The Spartan is not some blue-eyed Hollywood pretender or comic caricature but someone who is battle hardened. The horse is equally familiar with the savagery of battle. As this is an older Spartan, piercing eyes, visible scars, blood, sweat, lines of aging would be appropriate if it is possible to incorporate into the detail. The image should invoke terror if you faced this warrior in battle. Therefore, the image should look realistic.
Around the outside of the picture are the words “Spartan War Horses Inc”.
The front of the t-shirt is taken up by the logo.
One sleeve has a Spartan helmet with a Spartan sword on either side.
The other sleeve has a Spartan shield (the “V” on the shield is upside down) with two Spartan spears crossed behind the shield.
The back of the t-shirt has a spot at the top for people to put their nickname (E.g. DIESEL). Then underneath are the words “SPARTAN WHI?” (on two lines) with the additional words around it saying, “Because we bloody well can!”. Two rough examples have been uploaded to provide an initial idea but the wording may be curved or even a slightly different shape to best fit around the "SPARTAN WHI?". The fonts and sizes in the examples are also an initial idea and open to suggestion.
Circular coin (max diameter 45mm) with the logo on the front.
Octagonal patch (max width 85mm) with logo on the front.
While choice of the font used and possible inclusion of colour can be discussed with prospective winner closer to the close of the competition, detail to an authentic Spartan look in the logo and on other items (e.g. sleeves of the T-Shirt) is critical.
You will find some photos of replica equipment (i.e. Helmet, Shield, Sword, Spear) that I have taken.
NOTE – All images need to be supplied in Vector format!
“Responded quickly when I needed to provided further clarification about minor adjustments”