Tamas was not one of my original designers prompted to submit for my contest. I reached out to Tamas after seeing his online portfolio, it was great seeing his presence online other than just on 99Designs. After sending Tamas and invitation to my contest, he promptly responded and thanked me. I knew already that I should be thanking him! Tamas worked with us to really refine what we were looking for in our brewery logo. Not only do we have a "parent logo" but we also have a mini "suite" of other related designs that can be used throughout our business. Tamas was great to work with. We will be reaching out to him with any future projects.
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How Bandon Dunes started their logo design journey
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Bandon Dunes is a destination golf resort that includes 5 of the highest ranked courses in North America. Bandon Dunes' latest project is almost complete: a 150,000-square-foot 18-hole putting course that is going to take the golf industry by storm. The course is modeled after the putting course at St. Andrews Himalayas but is much bigger and more diverse than it's inspiration. There is no other putting course like it.
Punchbowl needs a logo. Three main factors when designing logo.
1. Must be consistent with the other course logos on property
3. Iconography or visual communication must allude to putting or the course itself (see attached Panorama)
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Games & Recreational
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Punchbowl was created by golf course architect Tom Doak at Bandon Dunes, a 150,000-square-foot putting course at Pacific Dunes.
Situated next to the first tee at Pacific Dunes, behind the newly renovated patio at Pacific Grill, Punchbowl travels north and south in a crescent, hugging the base of a hill and fans out to the west. From the patio there is a clear view not just of the putting course, but of the Pacific Ocean.
A soft opening is scheduled for September 13, 2013, with a grand opening in May 2014.