Souper Woman Logo Contest Entries – are Here!

First and foremost I would like to thank everyone who participated in the contest and I wish you all luck.
The client will be looking at the entries and making a decision – The client has until November 14th to make a decision. If for any reason you submitted a logo and it can not be found here – the reason may be that we didnt receive it . Or it was missing some of the requested files. Thank You and Enjoy. Feel free to comment – feedback is good!

Nick Carter Logo 1

Designer: Nick Carter
Designers words: Modern and dynamic full color heart symbol.
Concept: Lovingly prepared homemade soup.

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Nick Carter

Designer: Nick Carter
Designers words: Stylized soup illustration 2 colors.
Concept: Instant visual identifier, approachable.

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Jacob

Designer: Jacob O.
Designers Words: Simple clean and modern

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Tal

Designer: Tal Rotbart
Designers Blog: CLICK HERE

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Chris

Designer: Chris Saign

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Designer: Austin
Designers Words: Simple and clean yet effective.

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Matthew

Designer: Matthew Callis (Student)
Designers words: A simple handwritten textual logo with a soft feel.
Designers Link: Here

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Do you want Photoshopit to run a corporate logo contest for your company?
Simple rule: The Higher to prize the more entries you will receive!
Email Here aaronova@gmail.com with the email subject “LogoContest”.

16 comments

  1. Ive been meaning you just read this and easily never received an opportunity. Its an element that Im extremely keen on, I started reading and Im glad Used to. Youre a great blogger, one of the better that Ive seen. This blog certainly has some information on topic that I just wasnt aware of. Thanks for bringing this circumstances to light.

  2. Great stuff gang!
    Kudos for the project.

    In the hopes that this design/photoshop related challenge we are facing could be of some interest here. I’d like to share the following:

    A bunch of friends from around the planet have been meeting online to work on starting-up a new humanitarian/ecological aid social-network nonprofit. We are all volunteers and had a great designer who got us started-off well, but then had to leave.

    We were wondering how to get this smart design community’s input on the logo we are currently favoring; most specifically (and here’s where perhaps Photoshop skills are needed the most) in getting this flat, 2-D logo to come ALIVE. How to…
    – bring depth (but how much?)
    – show some sheen/reflectivity (but how much?)
    – to drop shadow or not
    – etc, etc
    ….all the things it seems you sharp designers/photoshop’rs hold the magic keys to.

    Any way this could be interesting as a topic here?

    Thanks and, again, great contributions all!

    David M.
    EquiLife International (ngo)

  3. Thank you for the interest and feedback on my competition entries.
    It is a good point regarding similarities in trademark usage of the Super Man ‘S’ symbol. Should the soup illustration be chosen by competition owner I would be happy to revise the symbol identifier to look less obviously connected to Marvel’s character logo.
    Nick

  4. I too like the design of Nick Carters steamy soup. Good lines that are cohesively intact. Good use of type too. (Though as Eddie has said, unsure how the superman S would work)

    When I started thinking about this, I created a list of all possible ideas that are associated with the concept. After narrowing down a lot of items I decided to go with a ‘steam woman’ literaly delivering soup. The figgures pose also is designed to resemble the superman stance on the original superman comic. (A link to that cover http://www.fuutott.net/media/action_comics_superman_1938_001x.jpg )

    Thats all I have to say, good luck everybody.

  5. Looking at the design by Nick Carter, the first thing that comes to mind is “I don’t think you can do that.” I imagine that the folks at DC comics would have a cow if you tried to use the Superman “S” without permission. I like the design of it, too bad that if you drop the “S” from the cup, I’m afraid it might lose it’s meaning and become just another logo.

  6. <p>I would have to say I have 2 favorites :<br />
    1. Nick Carters stylized soup illustration<br />
    2. Jacob O.’s sw steamy soup.<br />
    Allthough everyone did some really nice work.<br />
    But I am not the client so …it doesnt help you guys much.<br />
    Good Luck!</p>

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