Hattori was fantastic. I can't say enough. Highly competitive competition and his ability to iterate quickly and understand and pivot to the directions I gave was the difference maker. Creative, fun, smart designs.
- shawn c
Great Job, exactly what I wanted, pro!
How Adventia started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This has a very specific audience - the people that put on music festivals, so think festival promoters, tour managers, production staff.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I have no predefined colour preferences, however I'm thinking simple and unfussy and the palette will need to reflect that. Interested in monochrome ideas.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Although I'm not specifically after quirky, I could see a play on this working. I like it's simplicity. Neons - think lighting on stage. You could have some creative fun using this direction - would be keen to see someone pursue this.
I like the layout of this - logomark which can turn into icon, then logotype to right. Not the right font face though.
This is a good example of the feel I'm looking for, it's probably marketed at the same demographic too. It's a hardware store in Australia. Love the simple logomark and workmanlike font. Definitely use this as inspiration
A good play on the subject. Integrate the logotype into the logomark - a truck is instrumental in 'the load in' of equipment. Not a fan of the font use though!
Interesting logomark. Would love to see an entry using this and see where it goes instead of a flight case!
A great general logo style. Iconic.
Again, a good logomark working well in the overall logo.
I have no pre-defined colour scheme at the moment, but my initial feel is as simple as possible, even monochrome. That said it's only an feel at this stage. I'm thinking a square logomark with the text 'theload.in' to the right, but happy to look at other alternatives. A good start for the logomark would be something like a flightcase as this is synonymous with the music/production industry. The feel of the logo should be not luxurious at all - just rough and ready and gives the impression the site is there to do the heavy lifting for the user. Workmanlike is the key. Simple is good!
Update - things I forgot! Firstly the logo will need to translate well to mobile icon. Can you bear this in mind when designing. I've uploaded a bunch of inspirations for logos, logomarks etc that will hopefully point you in the right direction. Keen for you guys to maybe take one of those examples and run with it and see where you go - really keen to see your creativity on this one, remember we are designing for the creative industry!