Rainey was the bomb! She gave us a great logo that fits our needs exactly. Not only that she gave us plenty of options. We would heartily recommend her, and we look forward to using her again.
- ID8 Designs
Luke.Concept did an exceptional job with the creative design that was very in-line with what I had in mind but didn't have the technical skills or artistic talent to create for myself. Amazing how well Luke was able to take the limited information I provided and create my vision. All requested modifications were done very quickly, and I am thrilled with the logo I received.
- davison designs
Great design skills and communication. Very professional and easy to work with, had zero problems.
Excellent work, very fast response time, and always accommodating. Highly recommended.
How settoprod started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
It's a sizzle reel about real life firefighters that we are pitching to television networks. It's about the real dangers they face and how these men are the unsung everyday heros. Real heros, real emergencies, real lives. We want a logo that is very clean and very hip. Something that network TV would like - think clean and hip in style like many HBO shows have.
Please see attached samples of word marks. I really like how the design is integrated with the actual word. We could play on this by putting smoke and/or fire (we'd like to see what both would look like) coming out of the top of one or a few of the letters of the word "heat".
I particularly like the cleanness of the font in the images attached below entitled - "KILLED" "CHAIR" and "STAND". The other wordmarks below were included not because I love the font but because they were good examples of word marks with images as part of the word mark.
A few options we'd like to see played with:
1) with flames coming out of one or two of the letter of "heat"
2) with smoke coming out one or two of the letters of "heat"
3) wordmark in all caps
4) wordmark NOT in all caps
5) with the letters distressed as if they've been burned (in shades of coal gray, since it will be against a black background)
6) the same as #5 but no distressed letters
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