New Life Presbyterian Church
Close: 14 January 2017
Winning entry by ... glita
Greetings to artists far more talented than me!
Our church is named “New Life Presbyterian Church.” Here are some thoughts to guide you.
(1) A logo with a solitary tree is desired.
(2) Colors: Green is good. Suggests life, vitality. Blue I like, but that one is negotiable, as is a yellow or brown. If the leaves could have three colors (not necessarily realistic), that might be good. The goal is not rainbow-y bright colors, but rich, organic, with perhaps one bright accent. Also, our church building exterior is “virtual taupe” Sherwin Williams. Nice to blend with that, but not incorporate it necessarily.
(3) The words “New Life” have to be recognizable, and not too small, or hard-to-read cursive. They would be on a church sign near a somewhat busy road, so quickly readable. “Presbyterian church” should be de-emphasized, perhaps with a smaller font going across the bottom?
(4) In combination with the solitary tree, or as an alternative, a creative cross logo is possibility (example: https://stocklogos.com/logo/church-logo-0).
It’s a church, so I guess it would be your typical church audience? We are a suburban church, but very close to the city. We’re somewhere in the middle between a trendy and traditional congregation. And the logo probably should avoid anything cutesy. :-)
Logosauce Standard Final Art Requirements: Vector artwork in Pantone SPOT, CMYK, RGB and BW versions. Files should be saved in Adobe Illustrator .ai or .eps file formats with all strokes converted to objects and fonts pathed/outlined. Other file formats may be acceptable in exceptional circumstances.