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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
What is your industry?
Entertainment and Sports
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
1.) Illustrating the documentary's theme of inner conflict proving a divided fraternity house cannot stand. The logo should communicate the two contrasting factions of the brotherhood; reserved vs. wild.
2.) Demonstrating that this has to do with college and fraternities, but not necessarily utilizing "school" type font cliches
3.) I'd like the logo to communicate fun, youthful, reckless abandoned.
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
Text Only preferred. If you find the need to add an image to it, please be extremely minimalistic. We like the colors of red, white, and black but we are open to other options if you see fit.
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This logo is for a feature documentary that is in the final stages of post production. "Alpha Class" is about my fraternity experience using footage shot from the past 5 years at Arizona State University. Below is the log line and synopsis of the film.
An out of control fraternity at the largest party school in the nation implodes, leaving a renegade pledge class to build anew. Alpha Class presents an inside look at the growing rift within the new house, plagued by parties, politics and betrayal.
When a small group of college kids began rushing the various fraternities at ASU, the biggest party school in the nation, they had no idea what was in store for them in the next four years. Rushing Phi Kappa Psi, they got their first taste of the true college life; kegs, pool parties, and of course, the college girls. But they werent brothers yet; not until they proved themselves. During the controversial process of hazing, the young group was tested, oppressed, and abused. From being forced to eat awful and nauseating concoctions, to being shoved together in a tiny hut affectionately called The Hole, Hell Week showed them no mercy.
The pledges that endured were inducted into the brotherhood, and had years of partying, friends, and girls to look forward to until their entire Fraternity was banned from campus only months later. Following several out of control parties and a student stabbing, ASU decided to end their Phi Kappa Psi chapter. Their letters may have died, but their brotherhood did not, and the young group of recent pledges set out to start a new, even better fraternity.
Years later, we join Danny, Bobby, Forte, Austin and the rest of the members of their new Fraternity as they begin their senior year. But all is not well in the young frat. Among other problems, the brotherhood is split in two factions. One side feels that they are not throwing enough parties and as a result, their fraternity is slowly dying off after not attracting enough new members. The other side recognizes the danger in being a party frat, and are concerned that they will be kicked off campus and lose their charter, which means they will forfeit the connections and future opportunities that come with being in a fraternity. With the group torn between those who desire the pleasures of now and those who want the fruits of the future, they set out to attract pledges for the new year. The party now faction begins to gain traction and the frat starts throwing more and more parties, but the tension does not die down.
The year continues on and the fraternity does what fraternities do best: go crazy! The young mens lives are filled with parties, alcohol, strippers, pledges, women, and good times. But are busted parties and constant infighting sustainable? ASU is already apprehensive of the Frats existence, and theyre close to being banned again. With all these tensions forcing the fraternity apart, can they survive the biggest betrayal in the Fraternitys history? Join the members of Alpha Class during this behind closed doors look at the fraternity and the controversies that plagued the young group throughout their college lives.
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