Print Express, a United Kingdom-based printing company, recently invited designers to submit logos that were passed on by clients. “You loved your logo design, but the client didn’t. We want you to celebrate it,” they say on the competition’s website.
Appeasing the client is part of the job, but that doesn’t mean good work has to go unnoticed. The Rejected Logos Competition saw hundreds of entries, all vying for the chance to win an array of prizes, but more importantly, recognition for hard work.
Contestants uploaded their rejected designs, while the public cast their vote for the best logos. Voting ended July 4th and a panel is now judging the top ten logos to award a winner.
We’ve collected the logos with the most votes here, but you can view all the entries on the Rejected Logos Competition website.