Did great work for us, was quick to respond, and on point with edits.
Meadow is a great designer! The aim was to excerpt the meaning of different words and translate into a logo/picture. That was well done. The work process was very good - all proposals were implemented.
Thanks a lot!
GiaKenza delivered excellent and timely designs among a very strong field of designers. Thank you!
Milica is wonderful to work with. She is extremely creative, responsive, and a pleasure to work with. This is our 3rd project with her, and we will definitely use her services again in the future.
- CN Graphic Design
Great responsiveness and high quality work. Thx
Everyone just loves it.
It standout above the rest .
Also, it is unique and memorable.
How jkramerX started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Paramount Recreation Club
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Basement speakeasy in historic 1926 building in Amarillo, Texas. The location was originally a speakeasy in the 1930's called the Paramount Recreation Club, so we are bringing it back 90 years later. A quirk/hint in the upstairs hotel is dueling revolvers on the floor of the guest elevators (sketch included in attachments) and in the lobby there are hidden bullets embedded in areas and finishes that point guests in the direction of the speakeasy. We DEFINITELY do not need the logo to hint at this, but is worth mentioning. We also have a hidden bookcase behind the bar that opens to a room that will have game tables and option for cigar smoking. Above the actual bar, there are 3 windows that are skylights from the sidewalk of route 66 above (opaqued). Decor also has a western Texas flair with many photos of poker games and players. See attached historical ads from newspapers. Also rendering of outside building and the speakeasy.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Bar & Nightclub
What colors do you want to see in your design?
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