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Logo for an online personality who discusses poker, politics, pop culture, drugs, sex, casino life.

Lotgrinder

Contest Holder Lotgrinder

Last Logged in : 505days15hrs ago

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Creative Brief


Logo for an online personality who discusses poker, politics, pop culture, drugs, sex, casino life.

Lotgrinder

Yes

Brute strength, hatred for authority, disgust with politics/politicians, and an edgy attitude. Comic book or dark cartoon like look to the logo or character portrayed.

Gambling

Logo Type

Logo Type

Illustrative

Illustrative

Web 2.0

Web 2.0

Masculine

Whatever you decide.

not sure

Please read all of the updates on the brief and take a look at all of the images I've uploaded. I am leaning towards wanting a big bad strong bull using his horns to impale corrupt politicians and poker players or stomping over them on the ground, but am open to all of your ideas. Basically, something that catches my eye and then I can go from there to finalize the logo. In America, an elephant and donkey represent the two political parties. So you could also have the bull impaling human looking politicians but with elephant and donkey heads. I am open to all sorts of ideas.

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  • May 2, 2017 8:49 PM
    avatar Lotgrinder
    Project Holder
    UPDATE:

    Please read all comments here and take a look at the images I've uploaded before submitting a design. If your design doesn't capture my eye I will quickly eliminate it. If I like where you are going I will give it a star rating and send you feed back. Thanks!

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  • May 2, 2017 1:05 PM
    avatar Lotgrinder
    Project Holder
    UPDATE:

    Another idea I had would be a bull like the one I included holding an American flat clinched in his teeth and maybe a politician bloodied on one horn and a poker player with hoodie, sunglasses, and backpack bloodied on the second horn. "Lotgrinder" would be below the bull, above the bull, or wherever you felt best to fit the text. The bull, politician, poker player characters look comic book or cartoon like. But, not like little kid cartoon like. This new updated logo design I'd like to try would have no color scheme that has to be in place besides keeping the American flag red, white, and blue.

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  • May 1, 2017 1:58 AM
    avatar Lotgrinder
    Project Holder
    Las Vegas themed logo designs are acceptable as well. The logo colors are not confined to red, white, and blue. Thanks for submissions so far.

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  • April 30, 2017 6:52 PM
    avatar Lotgrinder
    Project Holder
    Here's an example of my writing.

    Most poker websites, magazines, television shows, and podcasts try to prop up the game as some sort of gentleman's game where all the professionals are good clean highly educated guys that excel at math when that is the farthest from the truth. The professional poker scene is polluted with scumbag straw men built up to burn and enjoy calling it out for what it is to the dismay of all the websites, magazines, television shows, and podcasts that make up the advertising front of "The Poker Industrial Complex."

    Pros always go along with this theme as well, they disgust me, I find much more in common with the average man who wants to come play poker, drink beer, and talk about how big the cocktail waitresses tits are.

    “The Poker Industrial Complex” explained.

    A bunch of boring poker TV shows, news sites, and magazines with hack journalists who chose to write about poker because they can not beat the game themselves propping up mostly mediocre tournament players with no personality who are in massive debt to the rulers of the poker industrial complex, the business men or the overwhelmingly successful scammers with big money who back anyone willing to give them fifty percent of what they are worth.

    Ninety percent plus of players playing on their own dime are just lifetime poker cash game losers who hit their “One Tyme” big win in a donkament and now their bankrolls slowly wind backwards to zero because they never should have won a big tournament, let alone sit higher than a $1/$2 No Limit Hold Em Table. The articles, TV appearances, the faux fame, the glitz, the glamour of being a poker “pro” all a well produced fraud by “The Poker Industrial” complex engineers to lure degenerate after degenerate in to lose everything they have, everything they borrow, everything they scam, and even everything they steal from friends + family before “The Poker Industrial Complex” chews em up and spits em right back out broke with no friends or family left to support them into a desk job where they can join online forums and spitefully tell real professionals like me “You only got a few more years before poker dies anyway!”

    Nah, sorry boys and girls, “The Poker Industrial Complex” will always have new losers lining up to play and ultimately pay my bills.

    Enjoy your day jobs.

    -Lotgrinder

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  • April 30, 2017 6:47 PM
    avatar Lotgrinder
    Project Holder
    Don't like the spade in there. I often talk about the dark side of poker, casinos, night life, drug use, drinking, gambling, politics, etc. The #1 and #2 were a little too polite and not edgy enough for me. I also like to promote beer drinking at my poker table instead of everyone sitting there like a goober looking at their Ipod or cell phone. I am much more into how old school gambler's were depicted boozing, smoking cigs, doing drugs, and hustling to make their money. Hope this helps.

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