A winner has finally been found for the Kenya Breweries Limited logo design contest dubbed ‘KBL Still Got Skillz?’ to design a new logo as the company looks to mark its 100th birthday in 2022.
Ann Catherine Njuhi, a twenty-three-year-old lady from the Buruburu Institute of Fine Arts (BIFA) emerged the winner of the ‘KBL Still Got Skillz?’ logo design competition.
Kenya Breweries Limited (KBL) made the announcement on their official Twitter page on 14th January 2022.
The ecstatic Ann was all smiles as she got to go home with a Ksh 1 million cash prize and a three-month internship at Scanad, an award-winning advertising agency.
“The logo is designed to represent Kenya Breweries Limited as a company. It represents the culture of its consumers,” noted Ms. Njuhi in her final submission.
“I chose a rounded font family to give the logo a warm feel and the color orange because it commands attention and is considered more pleasant and striking, which can relate to KBL’s customers.”
The second-placed logo was submitted by 25-year-old Bragin Maina and in third place was 24-year-old Austin Kamande.
They will take home Ksh.500,000 and Ksh.250,000 respectively as first and second-runners up in the competition.