Last week I started a contest, looking for submissions for a new Pirates Prospects logo. I received a lot of very good submissions, and thank everyone who put something together for the contest. The winning logo was submitted earlier this week, but immediately became my favorite, and that didn't change as the week went on. I asked various people for their opinions on the top submissions, and the logo selected was an unanimous choice. Here is the winning logo:
The winning submission was created by Jay Obstarczyk. Jay is a Graphic Designer/Illustrator based out of Pittsburgh, PA. His work has been showcased in numerous juried exhibitions where he has won awards such as Best In Show Photography and People's Choice. When Jay isn't working at his full time position as a graphic designer ...
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