This design by hellorex was submitted to New South Wales (NSW) Government Logo Contest project on Friday, July 24, 2009

Submitted to logo design contest: New South Wales (NSW) Government Logo Contest

Logo designer | hellorex
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For the 2.5 million people who live outside sydney but live in New South Wales this logo means nothing to them. We need a logo that unites and brings the whole state together. This logo really fails to do that, and I cannot say that the opera house like petals and the building stems represent anything but sydney.

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  |   25 Jul 2009

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otherwise nice design

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  |   25 Jul 2009

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otherwise nice design

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  |   25 Jul 2009

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For the 2.5 million people who live outside sydney but live in New South Wales this logo means nothing to them. We need a logo that unites and brings the whole state together. This logo really fails to do that, and I cannot say that the opera house like petals and the building stems represent anything but sydney.

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  |   25 Jul 2009

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I disagree, this is one of the most stylish proposal for the brief yet: simple, evocative and modern, visually self-contained and to-the-point. This has got to be the hardest flower to represent and integrate in a logo and this design is more subtle and more elegant than others.

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  |   25 Jul 2009

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Again if this logo was to be printed on a card how would it reproduce...it wouldn't. The mark of a any good logo is that it can be reproduced at a min. of 10 mm without filling in. This would one would do that. Simple it is not!

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  |   06 Aug 2009

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Hi me again. Sorry the more I look at this logo it reminds me of a dancing woman' s head gear at the Brazilian mardi gra. I think its full of fruit and stuff, but same shape.

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  |   06 Aug 2009

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One of few designs that actually is a high quality and interesting but with few flaws. 1. 4 different shades of same color will not work that well for all media. 2. Opera House inspired design is overused by many people here but the problem is the fact Opera House represents and symbolize very specific thing and place which may only relate to a small portion of the government. Also borrowing and making connection to well-known identity will only overshadow the actual purpose of what NSW Government identity. 3. Condensed style usage of typography doesn't look too good here.

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  |   20 Aug 2009

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One of few designs that actually is a high quality and interesting but with few flaws. 1. 4 different shades of same color will not work that well for all media. 2. Opera House inspired design is overused by many people here but the problem is the fact Opera House represents and symbolize very specific thing and place which may only relate to a small portion of the government. Also borrowing and making connection to well-known identity will only overshadow the actual purpose of what NSW Government identity. 3. Condensed style usage of typography doesn't look too good here.

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  |   20 Aug 2009

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Many people have mistaken this is about the government logo not a logo for the city or state as in general.

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  |   20 Aug 2009

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