Paolojustin21 was a pleasure to work with. Thanks for the great logo and a positive experience with 99designs. Job well done!
LEF was incredibly responsive throughout the entire process even in the handover phase. LEF went above and beyond providing the various file types and variations to ensure we received everything we wanted. It was great working with LEF!
- mike dY
Solid work and awesome designs. Thanks
- bismillah 77
Very good I really like my design
How mleahy started their logo design journey
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Let's focus on the image only at this point. I want a cross as part of this image. Eventually, we would like to use the cross of the image within the name of the church (St. Peter's Lutheran Church & School). However, it appears incorporating it now takes the emphasis on the image we need with the symbolism outlined below.
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We are a moderately conservative Missouri Synod Lutheran church. This will become the logo for our church, preschool, and day school (k-8). This logo will be used on our building, as part of all marketing materials, and as a logo for the discipleship model we are launching this fall (see below).
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1. We have specific ideas for the symbolism and basic line structure. As mentioned, this will also be the logo for our new discipleship model. We believe disciples are formed as we connect to God in worship (our vertical relationship with God), grow in our faith (our horizontal relationship with others), and share Christ with others. We want a logo that includes a cross. The vertical line of the cross will represent "Connect" and the horizontal line of the cross will represent "Grow." We want some type of image that circles the cross to represent sharing Christ's love with others. Our plan is to highlight that portion of the logo that corresponds with that portion of the discipleship model. For example, if we were promoting a Bible study, we would have the full image there, but the horizontal line of the cross would be somehow prominent while the rest was faded. Please see the sample I uploaded as I think this image conveys the symbolism we require. We also toyed with the idea of a cross surrounded by a heart to convey the message as well.
2. We want this logo to be able to stand on its own but also thought it would be nice if it could substitute as the "t" in "St" when using our full name.
3. We recently redesigned our website. This can be found at http://www.stpetersfw.org. The logo would need to blend well with that site.
4. It needs to be a fairly simple, clean image (that still conveys all the symbolism) given the many ways we will use it, including window clings for parents and even a piece of artwork for the outside of our new church building.