And 1 is one of the best designers I have worked with. He really gets the message we are trying to send and how to design to match it! Highly recommend you try him!
Very good experience with this designer. Captured the perfect look I was going for using the basic instructions I gave - colour / text & font.
I loved what he did and made some minor changes which were sent through so quickly.
Made this process so easy & stress free.
I would most certainly recommend to others of his work and professionalism.
Thank you so much!!!
How marchusgroup started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Route 66: The Road on Which We Dream of Alternate Realities
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This is a title for a documentary movie. I do not want Route 66 located in the middle of the design. The designer has to think about laying out the title to represent the feel of driving on a seemingly endless road - night & day. The font (or fonts) is/are critical to the ethereal feeling I'll be pursuing during production. Millions of people headed west on Route 66 during the Great Depression during WW2 and during various droughts etcetera. On that road they dreamed of an alternate existence. Above the logo (I didn't know how to represent this above) or in some other highly creative place I want the phrase The Documentary. The colors are turquoise - the orange-peach color of the afternoon desert - a darker blue for some contrast - and perhaps a surprise from the designer's own pallet. The font color should be easily readable when scaled down to the web appearances - but not black. Perhaps a dark rich brown.
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
This is a logo for a documentary about a two-lane road that reached from Chicago to Los Angeles. Almost 2,500 miles. It was a very lonely road. But in that loneliness people had no choice but to "space out" as it were & begin dreaming. As the car rose up and down and up and down - one's imagination came to life and many great ideas emerged. You designers who have ever experienced anything like this should muse about those experiences before submitting your idea.