Nafaru came up with a very creative design and a solid color pallette. He worked with me after the contest and tweaked the design to my specifications.
It has been a pleasure to work with TinBacicDesign.
We have been very impressed with the quality of work.
Top designer! From the first design filled in all the expectations. Professional, fast and immediate reactions on my remarks. I will go for a one on one for next exercises.
Well done and very creative.
How kerry T started their logo & business card journey
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Handcrafted Furniture & Cabinetry
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We create high-end custom wood furniture for sophisticated clients who are looking for quality and great design. We use top quality hardwoods and traditional joinery techniques to make furniture that will last a lifetime. Clients like our attention to detail, artistry, and the "story" behind the wood we choose and how they project comes to life.
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Like the boldness and how it can be used as an icon across multiple media
I like the original looking typeface combined with a bold graphic
I like the ESTd 2015 treatment
I like the combination of a unique type style for the name, combined with the graphic elements. It conveys the "craftsman" feeling I'm trying to convey.
I like how this works as a unit and conveys an old world charm feel
Love the simplicity and the way the 6 degree is stylized. It creates visual interest and draws you in.
The name Gotham suggests a New York-urban vibe. Looking for something that communicates craftsmanship without being too trite (no handplanes or saw blades please). I'm attaching current logo which conveys the "feeling" I'm trying to convey but I'm looking for something a bit more stylized if that makes sense. I'd like to retain the Est. 2005 and perhaps a piece of furniture (dresser or chair or table). Logo must look good on website, as well as on furniture labels, Tshirts, signage, etc. Also, most of my customers are women so while I don't want a logo that is too feminine I also don't wan't something overly masculine (which is sometimes the case with woodworking logos). More urbanish than lumberjack.