We're very happy with lpavel's design. We had a lot in our design brief and lpavel gave us a design that was simple, attractive, memorable, professional, and displays our companies long term vision. We highly recommend working with lpavel!
Ian’s got a great design sense and got the logo almost dead on the first submission. Throughout the contest he has been very quick to feedback and extremely thorough.
Amazing and talented artist. Highly recommend to anyone! A+ work
dlight thrilled us right off the bat with his awesome animation skills! Thank you dlight for the wonderful art work!
It was a real pleasure working with Emodist on my logo. He seems to approach the contest with a spirit of fun and adventure and I really appreciated his generosity in cheering on the other designers.
He is very creative, patient and responsive. He followed my ideas through their many twists and turns, evolving them until I have a beautiful logo that I never could have imagined when I started the contest. The more I look at the result, the more I love it.
Thanks Emodist. Five stars!
How Nickburnett1 started their logo design journey
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Traditional hog roasts (aka spit roasts) for different events e.g., weddings, birthdays, corporate events, anniversaries. Can do pigs (hogs), lamb, beef, chicken etc. We cover the South East of England and use traditional method of using charcoal. The animals are organic free range and all meat and products come from the UK.
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Food & Drink
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Everyone loves a hog roast. It conjurs up happy times with friends and family. The animals used are organic and free range and have had good lives. We use traditional cooking methods which give excellent flavour. Most of the enquiries come from women so we dont want to alienate with graphic pics of a dead pig! The Rocky Roasts name comes from the charcoal used to cook the animals.