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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?
This will be used in podcast libraries, so the hope is that it catches the eye of the curious browser and gives them an idea of the sort of show they're about to hear.
I definitely want to avoid cliche horror designs. Less 80's classics, more "The Ring" or "The Uninvited" in terms of imagery.
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
I am open to designs that are image + text and text only, but the name needs to be easily discernible, as the logo will be used in podcast library listings.
The current logo is attached as a file. I've also included a file that features other podcasts' logos I admire.
THE FINAL IMAGE MUST BE A MINIMUM OF 1400 X 1400 PIXELS AND A MAXIMUM OF 3000 X 3000 PIXELS FOR IT TO WORK IN ITUNES.
Do you have any other info or links you want to share?
ABOUT THE SHOW:
"The Box" is a modern audio drama horror series following the story of Addison Gilmore.
Addison is a listless 20-something who stumbled across a very large, very old lock box while working at the local bookstore. Inside, she found dozens and dozens of journals containing entries from what appear to be "operatives" of some sort. They detail strange, inexplicable, and sometimes horrifying events, and range in age from the 1400's to the past ten years.
Addison is convinced she's stumbled across some sort of mass-participation fiction project. Because she'd wanted to be a journalist once upon a time (and frankly, because she's bored), she decides to launch a podcast where she shares the entries and any research she's been able to dig up related to the stories or the project itself.
The only problem? As she researches, she's finding evidence and people that are making it increasingly difficult to write these tales off as fiction, and finding herself in increasing danger from all directions.
The Box is in its first season, with 14 full episodes and 16 total tracks. There will be an additional 4-6 episodes before the first season is completed and the show goes on hiatus for a few months in preparation for season two.
The Box follows in the tradition of other audio dramas such as Limetown, The Black Tapes, and The Message in style and substance. The subject matter frequently draws just enough from real life events to blur the line between fiction and reality, causing the listener to question what it is they're listening to.
But the show is not intensely stylized. The protagonist, Addison, is an amateur, and the production reflects that. She's snarky and spunky, and a skeptic at heart, taking the same journey as the audience as she explores the contents of the box.
LEARN MORE ABOUT IT:
I strongly recommend that anyone attempting the logo design listen to a couple of episodes before doing so. It will help you create an image that's true to the show. Episode One: St. Louis is a good one to start with, and Episode Nine: Nothing Makes Sense gives a decent overview of a lot of what's happened so far in the season. You can listen on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, and basically all other podcast listening apps.
The website can be found at http://theboxpodcast.com
The Twitter handle can be found at http://twitter.com/theboxstories
The Facebook page can be found at https://www.facebook.com/theboxpodcast/
Screenshots of audience member reviews are attached as files.They might help you understand how the show is perceived by the audience.
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