Wine Please! got their new logo design by running a design contest:
Refresh/revitalize the image of a prominent wine distributor of 25 years!
Check out Wine Please!'s Logo design contest…
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Kedington Wines is a well-established and respectable wine importer and distributor with operations in Hong Kong for nearly 25 years, it also services Macau. It shares its love in wines with the local wine aficionados by sourcing from the best vineyards around the world. As the exclusive agent of over 50 wineries/brands such as the award winning champagne house, Charles Heidsieck, and international Rioja brand Marques de Caceres, Kedington’s diverse portfolio offers breadth and depth in choices of wines to their customers. It has established many brands in the markets through strategic placement of their wines at the right venues. The business has grown organically throughout the years with the two ownership changes. The current owner, Ms. Monica Cheung, and her team, have built a strong empire, selling mainly to restaurants, hotels and high-end retail space in the cities, but have also created demands from direct retail consumers. Unique Selling Points: Personable Service Quality-driven wine portfolio Bespoke tailoring to clients' needs and/or special events
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We are looking to re-brand Kedington Wines as well as new website before the 25th anniversary celebrations take place. With the history we have in the marketplace, we would like to keep several elements of the existing logo while removing/re-doing the rest. Overall, the new logo design needs to be modern but remain classic and elegant (but not rustic/vintage). It has to be neutral (not too feminine, not too masculine). There can be elements of fun, smartness and flair to it. It still needs to look clear when printed in a small space such as business cards. We like to incorporate the existing logo into the new one. To show the details, there is an image attached of the enlarged insignia – these are the key elements, or the essence of, that are to be kept - the crown, the pegasus, the unicorn, and preferably the barrel. The insignia is NOT a family crest, the reason we want to see these elements kept is for recognition and association with the history and longevity of Kedington. The arch needs to be removed and the name can be written elsewhere. We will be happy to remove the ribbon below the emblem as it looks very old-fashioned, and no badge of any sort please. The “K” can be removed, preferably we want to keep the barrel but it's not a deal breaker if it is removed. It would be nice to add in an “Est. 1989” or “since 1989” somewhere.
$499 Silver package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo design starts at €269.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their logo design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
Wine Please! collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
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