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I'm in the beginning stages of creating a logo and
searching for the right direction.
I am creating a logo for a music festival.
This is an identity project for class.
A little information about the festival:
Presque Isle Music Festival is a three-day nationally
acclaimed music festival featuring some of today’s most
influential artists. The headlining bands are Wilco, Justice
and Grizzly Bear. The festival has sites at Presque Isle, Little
Presque Isle and Tourist Park with the main focus based at
Presque Isle. There will be a performing stage at each site.
An extensive map directs ticketholders to their desired location,
explaining modes of transportation and displaying all of the
artist and local businesses tents. Television commercials and
radio commercials are used to help promote and advertise the
event. There is also a website about the event, history of the
locations, proceeds, and the artists. The festival will be working
in tandem with local businesses and artists. There will be a
designated area for local business and artists to place a tent
or vending stand. All proceeds will be used to aid the DNR in
their ongoing endeavor to preserve and maintain the
Escanaba River State Forrest.
I believe I am changing the name to Presque Isle Music Festival.
All critique and constructive criticism is greatly appreciated.
Oh, the logo is supposed to be a topographic map of the island where the music festival is held.
I don't know whether or not people will be able to understand that. It is helvetica right now, only
because I am on my laptop right now and need to get font folio from my work computer.
Today I am experimenting with a more youthful logo using paint, construction paper and grid paper.
I am about to attempt some hand illustrated type, but any suggestions on typefaces would be awesome.
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