LogoLounge Book Vol 6
Seems the LogoLounge range of books are the staple diet of any designer interested in logo design. I still carry the small pocket sized volumes around with me when I think I might end up in a coffee shop somewhere, a quick flick through for inspiration whilst sipping a coffee. Having all previous volumes of the LogoLoung series, I am in eager expectation of Vol 6.
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Submit Your Own Logos
Although been more than aware of LogoLounge, the books and the website, I had not fully embraced the more functional role that the LogoLounge website provides. Namely providing a neat way to submit and showcase your own logo designs. The added benefit of joining up with LogoLounge and submitting your own logo designs, is that they ‘could’ end up in one of the LogoLounge books. Which has to be a good thing.
Maintaining portfolio sites like Behance, CargoCollective, Krop, LogoPond, Flickr, Facebook (list goes on…) is all very well, they can work well for general exposure, but investing in membership with LogoLounge offers that next level of publicity. The possibility of getting some of your work included in the LogoLounge books.
Membership costs $100 for one year, and as LogoLounge states:
Your $100 annual membership to LogoLounge pays for unlimited submissions with no additional entry fees or forms. Your membership also entitles you to full privileges and unlimited access to LogoLounge for 12 months. Online payment instructions are provided during registration. Visa, MasterCard and American Express are accepted.
Discounts: All book contributors whose logos are selected for LogoLounge 6 will receive a 50% discount on purchase of the book from Rockport Publishers. Details of this discount offer will be sent to those contributors at the time of publication.
So if you want to stand chance of having some of your work possibly considered for the LogoLounge book, then you need to get your ass in gear.
The deadline for the Vol 6 publication ends 15th February. But if you miss that deadline then all is not lost. Any logos submitted after this date will be considered for Vol 7.
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