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The Spangler Effect

What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?

The logo is the name of an internet show (in the concept stages) based on the work of Steve Spangler. Spangler is a celebrity teacher, author and toy designer who is probably best known for teaching million of people how to turn an ordinary bottle of Diet Coke and a roll of Mentos into an erupting geyser. More about Steve... http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/who-...

The Spangler Effect actually describes what happens when Steve Spangler and his creative team of teachers, tinkers and science enthusiasts come together to create an unforgettable learning experience. For example, the producers at the Ellen DeGeneres Show asked Steve to come up with a simple experiment that viewers could do at home but could be blown up into something that people would be talking about the next day. Spangler took a common science activity of mixing cornstarch with water to make a gooey paste and wondered what would happen if you filled a giant tub using 2,500 boxes and a few hundred gallons of water. The "effect" was great - scrub forward to 5:28 on this video clip - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2olwZDsDw...

That's the Spangler Effect... or the effect he has on people who experience his contagious kind of learning.

The target audience for the logo is someone age 13 and up. If there was a "science" feel to it, that would be fine, but it doesn't have to scream "science." Spangler's motto is "Make it big, do it right, give it class." The producers are looking for something that is clean, works well on video and would transition to the web.

What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)

We're using THE SPANGLER EFFECT in all caps right now for the working logo. We're not set on just text, but we are looking for something clean that can work on a variety of backgrounds.

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Here's some background information that will help you better understand the personality behind the show...

Steve Spangler Science

Chances are, you've seen Steve Spangler. Or if you haven't seen him, you've probably seen one of his viral science experiments while watching television, surfing online or observing your kids turn the kitchen into a mad scientists laboratory. His incredibly popular Mentos soda geyser literally propelled this Colorado-based company, Steve Spangler Science, into a new orbit as the go to place for cool science toys and educational resources for making learning fun.

Steve got his start as an elementary school science teacher in Colorado, but he has parlayed his talents and expertise into something considerably beyond the classroom. A successful author, professional speaker, toy designer and Emmy award-winning television personality, he is perhaps most well-known now for his popular recurring appearances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where his contagious zeal for science reaches perhaps its widest audience.

The company offers more than a thousand educational toys and science-related products through their mail-order catalog and online store at www.stevespanglerscience.com. But you can also find Spanglers creations at your local retailers like Target, Toy R Us and over 1,400 independent specialty toy stores.

The Steve Spangler Science team is 43 members strong, and each is quick to tell you that theres nothing ordinary about their job. When Steve Spangler is in the building, things are likely to fizz, pop, smoke, explode or catch on fire and thats just at the morning meeting. Its not uncommon for employees to walk on broken glass, touch 50,000 volts of electricity or help test out a new experiment as Steve prepares for an upcoming appearance on a national talk show.

Spanglers unique marketing strategies and attention-getting creations have earned the company thousands of loyal Twitter and Facebook fans and millions of views each month on their Youtube channel.

all in the name of making science fun.



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