After a hard fought contest with some great entries, D (Dark Arrow), won with a terrific cover. He also spent a lot of extra time following that to get the cover exactly how I wanted it - and I thank him for that. Also, thank you to 99designs for providing this website. Best regards, John Exe.
- Da Vinci Kabs
Great work! Thank you.
This designer was great all around. The designs that were presented were always top notch and whenever we asked for small adjustments they were quick to implement and even provide other variations. All around a great experience and we are very happy with the result.
- Creativity Asylum
Creativity Asylum is really professional, and very easy to work with.
While sticking to the design brief he managed to capture the core idea I was trying to express and I'm happy with end result. My logo although simple required a lot work and not once he flinched on my relentless update requests. Very pro.
Nice job, thanks
How Bheess started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
cause & effect
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a commercial club DJ. The target audience is male and females between the ages of 18-45 who enjoy club, dance, and high energy music. The logo will be used on shot glasses, shirts, banners, web pages, etc., as well as be my overall logo for me as a DJ names, "LXIX" I like the simple logo design for TIESTO, AVICII, etc., but it has to be cool looking (I know, "cool" is subjective) Good luck and be creative!!!
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
LXIX is the roman numeral for the number "69"
I would like potentially, a set of Pioneer CDJ2000-type, or turntables as part of the logo, in addition to the name "LXIX" itself. Potentially have the spinning disks of the CDJ or turntable being the circles of the 6 and the 9. Also, I would like the logo to be able to stand alone as LXIX, without the DJ turntable look.