the design was right away eye catching, creative and engaging.
Cubist was responsive to my feed back and delivered a great logo.
Easy to work with, made changes quickly. Understood our vision.
69logos nailed it! He captured the exact vibe I was looking for! He was so easy to work with, made changes I asked for with a smile, was prompt. Highly recommend!
How jlazz23 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Maven Brew Works
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our company is a brewery located in a small community of Tampa, Florida. The brewery is founded by true mavens of the beer industry. Between the two owners, they have over 30 years of brewing experience. This is why they chose "Maven Brew Works" as their company name. A maven is someone who is an expert in a field and is capable of teaching others. Our brewery's focus is making drinkable and innovative craft beer while drawing the community closer. Our target consumers are beer-drinkers, but more specifically: 26-50 year-old men and women of mostly Caucasian and Hispanic descent.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Like: Color Scheme and Crest Idea
Like: Old School Vintage Feel
Like: Image within an Image
Like: Color Scheme, cant describe, but cool feeling
Like: simple, image with name
Like: Simple, image with name
Like: the sophistication and artistry
Like: the geometric print
We do not currently have a slogan, but would welcome suggestions. We have been entertaining the idea of a wolf as a possible logo. The wolf symbolizes teacher, sharing of knowledge, pathfinder, and never-ending journey. We also thought of maybe adding the element of glasses in order to play on the "maven" title. (We've attached a file that we happened to find online). We also thought that maybe we could incorporate hops or barley in the mane of the wolf to play on the beer side (rough drawing of this concept is also attached). We don't want it too busy, but we want it to look appealing and get the point across to our audience.
We are open to any and all suggestions. The wolf idea is not set in stone! We are not designers so we welcome feedback and new ideas. You are the mavens of your craft!