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Corporate Logo Design Contest Win $75 USD.
We are happy to announce Photoshopit’s first Corporate logo design contest.

Design a Logo for

Entries will be accepted starting Today October, 4th 2006.
Last Day of Submissions : November 5th, 2006
From November 6th – November 13th all submissions will be displayed on a to view.
During this time the client will be able to see all submissions and will decide upon a winner.

In this free contest, your task is to design a logo for, a company (website) which sells homemade soups. The site allows you to order soup online and have it delivered to your door.The client’s company is located in Israel. The design will appear on all company branding and advertising (i.e. websites, business cards, letterheads, packagings, etc.).PRIZE:
The logo entry that the client chooses will receive $75.00 (Paypal payments preferably) If you do not have a paypal acct or cannot accept money through pay pal than other payment methods can be worked out upon request.CLIENT SPECIFICATIONS

  • Logo must contain the words “Souper Woman”. This is not case Sensitive.
  • The logo can contain up to 4 colors.
  • Entries can contain gradients (Client prefers not).

Your logo should represent Souper Woman’s mission of providing a service where people can order delicious and satisfying soups and have them delivered to their door.

The client is looking for an iconic symbol to represent the company. One of the ideas the client had for the logo is to use the idea of the character Super Woman in some way, but of course, feel free to use your imagination and come up with a better idea.

The client would like the font to be contemporary and at the same time reflect the feelings of home and comfort, something that will reflect the company image.

The client prefers Illustrator vector files (.ai ot .eps). Although we will also accept high resolution photohsop files with all layers intact.


  • Please send your vector files (.ai or .eps) or your high res. Psd files with layers intact and any fonts used in logo – to
  • Please do not enter slight variations of your logo as separate entries. Enter them as one entry.
  • A 300px x 300px jpg or gif image of the logo design should also be submitted for display.
  • Please note the name of artist/designer and brief description of your concept. (brief description – optional)
  • Not sending the proper files may result in disqualification of submission.

The client will be granted the full rights to all aspects of the submission of their choice as a work-for-hire in exchange for the prize mentioned above. Client can also forego choosing a winner.

Any questions about what is desired by the client may be sent to – with email subject “Souperwoman”

Do you want Photoshopit to run a corporate logo contest for your company?
Email Here with the email subject “LogoContest”.

Tips on Logo design.

Medialoper logo 

medialoper logo(c) 2005 
Logo Design Aaron

I designed this logo a while back. In general For this logo I went against some logo deisgn rules… but if it looks good, if the concept is catchy and the client likes it than go for it! Very important rule in general about designing logos is that it should be designed in illustrator – vector is ideal for logos. Logos should be no more that 3 colors and they should have little detail  – Logos should be more iconic as opposed to a detailed illustration. They should be made of solid colors and less gradients. – The solid color rule is more for print – while designing for the web, gradients can be really sleek and give a nice effect. Logos should look good  in both large and small sizes – so once you have designed a logo go print it out on a 10cm x 10cm area and another print out on a 2cm x 2cm – if your logo looks good both ways (meaning it sits nicely and you can read the text clearly) – your logo can move on. People will create a logo and spend lots of money doing so only to find out that it is not legible on a business card (now isnt that sad). Remember this – If you are a creative and talented person than you should know that there are no real rules in logo design these are just a couple basic guidelines which are good to keep in mind while desiging a logo – just be creative and do your thing  who knows-  your logo style may be the next BIG thing.