Enter Now to Win a Free Graphic Design eBook.

Having a favorite logo could finally pay off!

Last week, we learned that our work had been selected to appear in 2 books focusing on graphic design for logos and business cards.

This week, you can win a copy of one of these eBooks, full of beautiful, inspiring graphic design (including ours!). All you have to do is let us know in comments what your favorite logo of all time is.

Enter early, and enter often for more chances to win.

This is the most awesome kind of contest, because we’re not just letting you cheat, we’re encouraging it!

You can enter up to 3 times!

Here’s how:

  • Just leave a comment here at the blog telling us what’s your favorite logo (or business card) of all time and why you like it so much. Include a link to a photo or website where we can see it.
  • Like us on Facebook, then come back to the blog and leave a comment letting us know you liked us.
  • Add Phases to your Google+ Circles, then come back to the blog and let us know you connected with us!

If you’re one of the lucky winners we’ll send you an eBook. Then, clear some space on your eBookshelf. That’s it! Really!

On Thursday March 15th, 2012, Lisa got a snazzy new eBook! 
Thanks to those to liked on Facebook and Circled on Google+. If you had commented here, you would have been entered into the drawing too.

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4 Comments on “Enter Now to Win a Free Graphic Design eBook.

    My favorite logo is the Ducks Unlimited logo: https://www.ducks.org/ It is simple, but has elegant lines and looks great everywhere they use it (print, clothing, engraving, etc.) People think that DU is a hunting organization, but they are actually a conservation organization that preserves and protects waterfowl habitat.

    I liked you on Facebook months ago! Off to Google+ and will be back.

    Phases Design Studio is now in my Google+ “designer friends” circle.

    Congratulations on having your work published in 2 design books!

    Thanks Lisa!

    Great suggestion. It’s clean and modern but also evokes kind of a Teddy Roosevelt, early 20th century feel somehow.