Logo design challenge

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Daily Design Brief
#037

Pole Sweat

Pole Sweat is a small chain of gyms that teaches women how to pole dance. It's not an open gym, in the sense that you have to follow a class, and you can attend no matter if you are professional, experienced or a novice at pole dancing.

They want a logo that in no way looks stripper related, but resembles a professional gym. A wordmark or combination mark is required, and they have made it very clear that they don't want an image of a woman, not even as a silhouette, in the logo. The logo should neither look feminine nor masculine but as gender neutral as possible. You are free to pick a color that you think suits the purpose, but only a single color, and no gradients or shadows.

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A daily challenge

Every day you can come by this website and find a new logo design brief. These are relatively short but reflects some of the most important parts of a real design brief. The design briefs are meant to be used for practice purposes, to learn how to meet specific requirements from a client, like designing for a specific target audience or a certain use case, etc. Like the rest of this website, these briefs are also meant for you to be able to practice on a daily basis and hone your skills to prepare for real clients, or in between clients.

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