EastSideDesigns was AWESOME! Great communication, super flexibility and a deep understanding of design. Really, it's that last one that set this designer far and above the rest. Every line, curve and color had a reason for being there and the designer shared his thought process with me when he presented my logo. THAT showed me that he understood what I was asking for and, with his expertise, knew how to deliver it to me. Way better results than I even imagined!
How Kennymikey started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Page Turner Adventures
What’s your company slogan?
Hilarious Educational Videos & Live Shows
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We're an educational media company that creates funny, adventurous educational videos & live shows for elementary school aged kids. Our flagship character, Page Turner, is a "Storyologist" and she is a cross between Indiana Jones & Mary Poppins. Kenny is her slapstick sidekick and a former circus clown.
We perform in theaters, schools and libraries and our videos are licensed by schools and PBS stations nationwide. We're all about infusing COMEDY into education.
We're trying to kinda create a look for ourselves that we loosely define it as "kids' steampunk".
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We're looking for an adventure style. Kinda Indiana Jones meets steampunk. But, since we are a children's live show & production company, can't be too dark and dirty. A little is okay, but...Think, if Disney did steampunk. A little bolder and with punchier colors. Our website is http://www.PageTurnerAdventures.com. You can get a sense of what we're looking for there. Our look still isn't 100% defined on that site, so don't use that as an end all be all. It will just give you an idea of the direction we want to take.
bold and cinematic. fun and adventurous. gears, clockwork, machinery. something stitched or taped together, like we made it ourselves with spare parts would be nice.