Please send your portfoloio, if you don't have one you will not be considered. Thanks! Please factor in a few rounds of changes. If chosen, first you will need to send me a concept design, once approved, then a rough mark-up, and then a final design. I need a logo design that will be placed in the header of my blog celebwrap.com. The logo will be centered on the page, and will need to blend into the rest of the header. You can create the background image to be used with the logo you create to replace the current gradient background image on the site now. I need the logo to be 200X700 (you may reccomend a size if you think it should be different). This is a video blog site focused on celebrity gossip. The designer should be very skilled with illustrator, and design. Please send examples of your work. I have a general idea of what I want, but as the designer your job will be to expand upon my ideas and create a unique branding for the blog with a fun and eye catching look. Color: pinks, purples, blues (see [url removed, login to view]) Text: [url removed, login to view], video blog, Wrapping up the hottest celebrity dish, with Kevin Reid I envision a boxed present "wrapped up" (maybe this is the icon for the logo), some stars, glittery, etc. Image will need to optimized for the web, and you will need to provide a sliced vertical image for the background.
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