Great work overall. Very quick response on revisions. I've very happy with the end results.
How Scohen981 started their stationery journey
I am the best man for a buddy who is getting married, and I am responsible for organizing his bachelor party. I am intent on arranging an extraordinary event - something far beyond what is normally expected from a bachelor party. To set the tone for this event, I want to mail out invitations to the party with a personalized logo. The logo will also be used on custom jackets that will be handed out to the party attendees once we convene together.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The target audience is for a group of fifteen 30-35 year old men who are all close friends and family. The logo does not need to make sense to the general public- its purpose is a keepsake for the party attendees and a source of "private pride" whenever we think back to the memories of the trip. Almost like a secret handshake for a fraternity.
In terms of content, I want it to say "RBP" (no quotes). As an optional addition, I'd include "8.5.2011" or "2011" - perhaps in small text at the bottom of the design. It's a bit easier to describe what I don't want. I don't want a cartoon design or something juvenile. It should look timeless, fresh...substantive. I went to this website (http://jobmob.co.il/blog/personal-l…spiration/) for inspiration, and a couple designs stood out:
1. Natasha Balabanova, Stylist
2. Darren Alawi, Designer
3. Timothy Mark Waller, Drama Teacher & Stage Director
4. Ric Furness, Designer
5. Elisha G. Phoenix, Designer
6. Oyvind Ronning, Designer