I am excited to share that my logo for The Food Project was selected out of over 22,000 logos to be published in LogoLounge Vol. 9. The logo was designed as part of a college branding class many years ago. The Food Project is an existing non-profit organization which everyone should check out. This identity is the second of my designs selected to be in the LogoLounge book series, and I hope it is not the last!
Below is an excerpt from the LogoLounge.com announcement:
We are pleased to announce judging for LogoLounge 9 is complete and all winners have been notified by email. More than 22,000 logos were considered this year and only the top designs remained. Winning logos will be published in one of the best-selling graphic design book series in the world, which will be released by HOW/F+W Media, Inc in early 2016.
We would like to thank our overly talented and hard working panel of international judges for this years competition: Kendrick Kidd of Shepherd Agency, Matt McCracken of Doublenaut, Sebastian Padilla of Anagrama, Ian Paget of LogoGeek, Tracy Sabin of Sabingrafik, Christopher Simmons of MINE, Matt Stevens of Design Office of Matt Stevens, and Alina Wheeler of Designing Brand Identity.
Thank you to all LogoLounge members who participated, and for your dedication to continuing to push the limits of design and create beautiful, inspiring art to be enjoyed across the globe.