Tote Bag Contest: Winning Designs

Apart from the quarterly contests, we frequently have other design contests for employees. (That’s how our company logo was developed!) The most recent contest was for tote bag artwork. The idea was to present the message of eco-friendliness while staying true to our company brand: apt because the winning design is being used on reusable cloth tote bags that are meant to replace paper or plastic ones.

We gave away three cash prizes, but only one lucky winner–the one whose design the judges liked best–got to see her designs on the bags!

This design won third prize.

Third Prize Winning Design: Affinity Express Tote Bag Design Contest

I like the cool green in this design… and who can resist butterflies?

Now look at the winner of the second prize.

Second Prize Winning Design: Affinity Express Tote Bag Design Contest

I love the luminous green in this one, and the way the words seem to grow out in a slightly manic way, as if they were plants deep inside a magical forest.

And now, my friends, the winner of the first prize, the design that was chosen to go on the tote bags.

Winning Design: Affinity Express Tote Bag Design Contest

It’s much simpler than the other two – yet brilliant. Much as I like the other two, I think this definitely deserved to win!

And here’s one of the brand new tote bags!

Affinity Express Tote Bag Design

Wouldn’t you like one of these?

Affinity Express Tote Bag

About Unmana Datta
Senior Marketing Manager at Affinity Express, Unmana is an obsessive consumer of blogs and social media, and fascinated by their use in marketing.

2 Responses to Tote Bag Contest: Winning Designs

  1. Joanie says:

    I do like the first two designs. Not sure they would have looked great on the tote bag, but would make good posters. The winning tote bag design… shouldn’t the elements have aligned? Horizontally and vertically with equal distances between elements? From the images above it looks as if the left hand column is closer to the second column than 3 to 4. Plus, none of the rows line up horizontally.

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