Professional DJ needs a logo
Check out Apford's Logo design contest…
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Entertainment & The Arts
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I'm a professional DJ working in nightclubs, lounge bars, as well as private and corporate events. I am in need of a sleek and professional logo to help represent myself at events and on promotional materials (flyers, Facebook, website, my computer, and other marketing materials). Please see the notes for more details about myself and the values the logo should communicate.
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I'm a resident DJ for a well known nightlife group in my region. I DJ regularly for a nightclub catering to a young professional crowd (ages 21 - 35) and a lounge-bar catering to a mature crowd and pre-party crowd (ages 25 - 45). In addition to resident DJ, I am also one of the primary entertainment coordinators, and talent buyer. I also do private and corporate events. I play a variety of music, ranging from top-40 commercial, electronic (house, electro, progressive, EDM), lounge, retro, and more. My selection is always accessible and caters to the audience. My mixing style is very clean, everything is mixed on beat and in key. My style relies on the right balance of track selection, use of effects, samples, and advanced mixing techniques. I do very little scratching or other hip-hop/urban related techniques. Regarding logos and general visual identity, I most prefer those of the well known electronic DJs. Please see the links bellow to the Ultra Music Festival 2012 flyers: http://tinyurl.com/cchlvyv http://tinyurl.com/cbcl97l I like the logos of Cedric Gervais, Dash Berlin, Groove Armada, Eric Prydz, Pendulum, Robbie Rivera, Colors I like are Black, white, gray, blue, purple, red, but use of those are not necessarily required. Other colors could be ok too. I tend to dislike hip hop, urban, street style designs since it does not align with my own style. I also do not like the cliche "DJ" icons such as turntables, headphones, records, etc.
USD 500 Custom package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo design starts at $399.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
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Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
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