99designs client
bfarbo got their new logo design by running a design contest:

Join in the resistance make a bit of money.

Check out bfarbo's Logo design contest…

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.

Logo design contest entry by ProConcept
by ProConcept
Logo design contest entry by ProConcept
by ProConcept
Logo design contest entry by Nayaraka
by Nayaraka
Logo design contest entry by Lucis
by Lucis
Logo design contest entry by NOVACHB
by NOVACHB
Logo design contest entry by Lucis
by Lucis
Logo design contest entry by Lucis
by Lucis
Logo design contest entry by Lucis
by Lucis
46

design entries

You’ll get loads of concepts from experienced designers around the globe.

21

designers

Work with talented, professional Logo design designers to turn your ideas into reality.

1

winner

Select your favorite custom Logo design (Or two! Or three!). And the design is all yours.

bfarbo collaborated with designers to refine their ideas

Logo design contest entry by R.D.P
by R.D.P

Rate designs

When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.

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99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas

And then… they selected a winner!

hattoriMid Level
4.9(76)
Client review

Very responsive and creative.

Cdockter

Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…

ccboyMid Level
4.9(45)
Muchsin41Mid Level
ProConceptMid Level
4.6(7)
Peace.Idea!Mid Level
DiinTop Level
4.9(30)
R.D.PMid Level
camuflashaTop Level
DHEAWOLFMid Level
4.8(25)
GarsonTop Level
NOVACHBTop Level

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