We've been working with Stefaaan for 4 years now through 99designs. Can say enough about his work. Always a pleasure.
Hattori delivered a fantastic, winning logo with their first submission to our design contest - no changes required! It was easy to work with Hattori too. Great experience and great logo :)
Wow! Veasna thoughtfully absorbed the brief and my crude sketches and made it all into something very beautiful that is true to the spirit of my company. I feel very lucky! Great communication, awesome design, patient with my needs. I will definitely be working with this designer again. Highly recommended.
- P A U L
Paul was a great designer to work with and someone I highly recommend. He really cared about the project from start to finished and was always happy to make changes and take feedback during the process.
How Imperialoakbrewing started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Imperial Oak Brewing
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a micro brewery that produces beer for consumption in our brewpub and local distribution. Our target audience is male and female, late 20's through their 60's. Though we will eventually grow our food menu, our focus is primarily beer.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Bar & Nightclub
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
With the tree being our main logo focus, one other image that recently came to mind was a tree inside the silhouette of a snifter. The tree top would be very round in shape, like the standard snifter. The glass surrounds the tree (kind of like a greenhouse or snow globe). the two images would merge at the tree's trunk to from the stem and base of the snifter glass. The roots would then creep away from the base of the foot of the glass. If you have more ideas other the snifter please share! Don't limit yourself to that image. As mentioned the giant oak tree is the main thing to incorporate here. Other icons that may be useful: Hop cones, beer or whiskey barrels, or just "put a bird on it" ?