Denver native wins Powder7 logo contest

Graphic designer and avid skier Matt Brozovich will receive seven pairs of skis and bindings as a prize, and Powder7 is set to roll out his logo at the beginning of 2019.
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Matt Brozovich, in black, was named the winner of Powder7's logo contest.

Out of more than 100 submissions for Powder7’s logo contest, Matt Brozovich’s asymmetrical snowflake won unanimously. The Golden, Colorado-based ski shop and local graphic designer make a common sense pair: Both the contest and the selection align with Powder7’s “Skiing for All” spirit.

Brozovich owns his own digital design company, Broz, and used vintage ski magazines as inspiration for a logo that is both retro and timeless. For him, the contest could not have come at a better time. “I haven’t had new gear in seven or eight years,” Brozovich said in a news release. “Skiing is so near and dear to my heart. When I saw this contest I thought, ‘This is perfect!’”

Powder7 will also recognize and award prizes to two runners-up and five honorable mentions. Brozovich’s logo is set to launch in early 2019.

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