Muriel also won our competition for a new mascot. This was the follow up for different variations and we are very satisfied. We can totally recommend her - fast work, good quality and always a professional contact. Thanks a lot!
Responsive and a really nice style. He made the changes I requested and I am very content with the results.
How samantha.repetowski started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We have TVs with game consoles set up so people can come play online or offline games on all systems (old and new). We sell new consoles and games, and allow trade ins for us to refurbish and resell. There is some food and drinks available to our customers so that we can create a great hang out spot.
Once a month we host competitions.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
The colors associated with the buttons on controllers out now are red, green, blue, and yellow. The systems themselves typically come out in black or white, but there are also special releases. Classic game consoles were typically grey scale with black; red or blue also showed up here and there.
No true preferences, aside from limiting the possibility of pastels.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like visual play. In my choices of design samples this is my reasoning for choosing them:
Happy Fresh - it is fun, and playful
Home Brew Forum - the crest was a neat way of alluding to the family crests associated with UK family lineages; the crest is made up of hops that are used in brewing alcohol (a nod to what they do)
Mighty worm - literally used a worm and it's segmented body to have a M and a W made out of it's squiggling body
Carrier Films - they used a Raven (a carrier bird) converting to pixelation like the digitization of subjects onto media platforms; I like how the first half "Carrier" is more bold than the "Films"
Crown Paint - the splatter of a drop of "paint" comes up in the highly recognizable shape of a crown
Rhino Realty - please ignore
Proper Tension - please ignore
Spindle Design - I love that the font is easy to read, however, with the "x" on either side it makes me think more of a sporting logo
The Kings Toys - please ignore
The Fire Arm Report - the wear works very well, it reminds me of the Gears of War 4 art they have coming out; the TFR being shaped into a gun is great as it conveys the idea of firearms without needing to be spelt out.
Previously I had thought of a logo where REPit Games was spelled out in one continuous loop as if the cord of an old controller was how it was written. I also had a rough draft of an idea where the button formation from controllers had REPit spelled out on them, but I couldn't figure out how to incorporate Games (see image attached).
Maybe if there was some gamer character the cord from his/her controller could spell out REPit Games
Possible idea of a large headed, smaller body character who is sitting facing right with a controller in their hand. The controller cord comes out and spells REPit Games.