Freelancer was fantastic! He was great to work with, had the best concept, understood my vision, and worked the hardest to get it right. Freelancer is an amazing designer.
Logo was outside the box yet exactly what I needed. Great work.
How blgtennis started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
blg tennis/barossa light and gawler tennis
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a newly formed not for profit organisation responsible for organising and promoting junior tennis events held in our region. We also take care of the junior representative teams for our region. Our region includes the german influenced wine region of the Barossa, the pastoral area of Light and the historical township of Gawler, all part of the Lower Northern tennis region of South Australia.
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Our logo needs to be clean and easy to reproduce to enable embroidering/printing on player clothing (for representative sides). The logo may also be incorporated into awards given at events run by the group (instead of the standard serving man trophy). The logo needs to be able to stand alone but may be used in conjunction with Tennis Australia's logo. The ability to work with the Tennis Australia logo is optional. As a new organisation, any combination of "blg", "blg tennis" or "barossa, light and gawler" can freely be used. The logo needs to appeal mainly to early teens but older and younger players may play under the same logo in the future.
The logo needs to be recognisable. Simply using BLG may be the best way of achieving this, but this does run the risk of being confused with other sports in the region. I think BMC & UFC do this well, where the text style makes the logo recognisable, even when used partially as in the shirt image included. Alternatives to this suggestion will obviously be considered as it is not a requirement that just lettering is used.
Colours for the representative sides has not been fixed. Blue and white have been used in the past but do not necessarily need to be used in the future.