I got tired of waiting for the interns to come up with new Brammo logos for me to critique in my gentle, nurturing style, so I have decided to announce my own logo contest:
Brammofan’s Logo/Avatar/Shield Contest
Because I don’t just need a logo or an avatar. I need something that my mom trusted butler, Wilbert, can sew onto the front of my Brammofan Superhero Costume.
It should be bright and happy and powerful and bullet-proof and should be clearly visible and easily recognizable when I wear it while riding my overvolved Brammo Enertia. The top speed of my bike will have to remain undisclosed, but suffice to say that Mark Buckley will be eating my dust. I say this only because the logo designer should consider what can be “easily recognizable” given the high speed and short opportunity to view it.
It must be original. Challenge: Use of the letter “B” is fine, but you may not use the letters “B” and “F” in proximity. Brammofan is not to be referred to as the “BF” guy.
Send your submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
I will post my favorites and perhaps put them up for a vote by certified members of the Brammocult. But Brammofan retains the right to choose the winner. The winner receives the coveted position of “Brammofan’s Logo/Avatar/Shield Designer” and a prominent mention on the front page of my blog, which sometimes gets over a hundred views a day (mostly by CP+B interns).
Get your submissions in soon. The contest closes on E-Day.* That’s coming up here very quickly, I think.
*E-Day: a.k.a “Enertia Day,” is the day on which the Brammo Enertia debuts at the Cascade Station Best Buy in Portland, Oregon.