Bear Dogz got their new logo & brand identity pack by running a design contest:
Design Cutting-edge Radical Branding for Music Artist who is Healing Childhood Rape
Check out Bear Dogz's Logo & brand identity pack contest…
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Bear Dogz, see here: https://whenworldwide.org/bear-dogz-singer/ is a singer songwriter, documentary filmmaker and trauma survivor from the UK, currently residing in Sydney, Australia. He is the owner and founder of WHEN Worldwide, see here: https://whenworldwide.org/about/ Through his music and performance career, Bear has resolved the trauma he experienced as a survivor of childhood sexual abuse. His music and performance tells his story of survival and salvation. Bear wishes to empower survivors of childhood sexual abuse, both young and old through his music. Bear Dogz & his band Stripped Bear create unique cross-cultural performances that liberate people from sexual, sensual and spiritual shame. According to one of the world’s leading Neuropsychologists Dr Allan Schore ‘Shame means to hide from oneself and one another.’ Dr Schore also states that ‘social compliance’ is a major block to healing childhood shame. Through his performance art, Bear Dogz along with his band Stripped Bear, are completely out of the box of ‘social compliance’ - seeking to challenge this paradigm to shatter shame. Fifty percent of all proceeds from Bear Dogz productions go towards empowering and healing children from abuse and neglect.
I have attached several files to this design brief. In addition to reading the design brief, I encourage you to explore the https://whenworldwide.org/ website to get a feel for Bear's work as a documentary film maker. Once you've done that, explore the attached images of Bear to get a feel for who he is. Finally, listen to the sample music tracks attached (contained in a zip file) to understand his personality as a music artist. I believe that the branding should illustrate the raw essence of what Bear seeks to achieve, which is to liberate survivors of childhood sexual abuse and trauma from shame. One can only heal shame through facing it head on; "When The Shame Is Spoken, The Spell Is Broken" and "Once Shame is Shared It Can't Survive" says Bear, therefore one must "Heal Dangerously", which is the slogan, to be contained in the logo. The logo & branding design is for Bear Dogz and will be displayed on his TV channel on https://epicentre.tv/ and used for his music, Social Media and more.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo & brand identity pack starts at $799.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their logo & brand identity pack.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
Bear Dogz collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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