& the winner is:


That’s right guys, it’s a tie.

Voting happened both on this blog post, and on Aimee’s flickr page.
And the tally was closed at 15 votes each.

So who designed what?

As if it wasn’t obvious, the left design was mine:

star st.germain

Detail shot here.

and on the right was Aimee’s lovely design:

aimee thorne

This was a whole lot of fun, and I’m planning on doing more design challenges like this in the future…this time with more participants.

Thanks to everyone who voted, and let me know if you’d be interested in submitting if I held another design contest of this sort.

About Star St.Germain

I am a tornado disguised as a girl.

  1. Congrats to both of you!

  2. nicola says:

    Ha, awesome and very inspiring! I missed the voting though.
    Very ‘timelyly’, in class we just did a poster for the Helvetica movie using only Helvetica (no condensed). It was super fun.

  3. nicola says:

    oh, yes, I’d be interested in submitting if I had ze time etc. etc 🙂

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  5. Morgan Marcani says:

    I would participate. Or I’ll just keep voting. Either way, it’s a good damn idea.

  6. Mahrya says:

    I may be interested in participating in such shenanigans.

  7. stephanazs says:

    Interesting facts.I have bookmarked this site. stephanazs

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The Great Helvetica Challenge! Part 3: The Reveal!

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June 24th, 2008