Taste of Randolph Street
StarEvents is a full-service event company that will produce the "Taste of Randolph Street". This 3-day festival features national talent on a main stage... a dozen or so upscale food vendors... and 60,000+ attendees in DOWNTOWN Chicago.
This food & music festival is very visible in our market place and will receive a huge amount of press on air and in print. Your logo can be the showcase piece that helps us make this event a HUGE success.
StarEvents' produces about 20 festivals in Chicago... and the Taste of Randolph Street is the largest. Please help us out and show us your creative flair!
Taste of Randolph Street is set in Chicago’s Randolph Street corridor in
the West Loop. A chic, upscale area home to many of Chicago’s trendiest
restaurants, art galleries and nightclubs, the Randolph Street corridor is an eclectic and fast-growing neighborhood for residential and commercial
development. This three-day event showcases an array of great restaurants, vendors, exhibitors and musical entertainment in this thriving Chicago neighborhood.
You MUST include the "Taste of Randolph Street" name in the logo! We'd like a color logo that takes from the attached file ... and makes it bigger, bolder... and BETTER! The attached logo can not be used... but it's elements can be re-configured and re-developed and updated into something that will be used for many years to come.
We are looking for a great logo that will be used on banners, websites, literature, ads, etc... this one piece is crucial!
Some of the elements that should be considered are:
The color blue and light blue should be considered in your design.
The above requests are not a make or break for your design... just our guidance. ... but we'd like to still retain some of the cache that the past logo had.
This logo has been used for years... and people recognize it... we hope that your design can bridge the old logo with the new... so that we can retain some of its draw and appeal.
We want the final logo to be edgy and clean.... this is crucial.
We should be able to convert the logo to a grayscale version with ease.