Did a great job of creating a unique logo for my painting company. Many other designers copied other people's designs; SunnyGO came up with something different. SunnyGO did a great job of incorporating small changes until things looked just right, too. Nice Work!
Very creative and original design and very patient and responsive to various wanted. Was awarded winner in our logo design contest. Look forward to working together in the future projects.
- Jensen RE
Great job. Excellent work!
Was great to work with! Prompt and responsive.
How lance.belka started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
"Belka Painting Co." or "Belka Painting Company"
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a small painting contractor specializing in early-20th century craftsman homes. We pride ourselves on our attention to detail and our restoration-level preparation work. For the most part, we deal directly with homeowners rather than general contractors. Our clients are frugal but willing to pay more for quality work.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I am very much leaning toward navy blue with crisp white; possibly an accent of mustard or gold. Charcoal greys are great, too. Choose colors that remind you of craftsman architecture.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the font and the all-lowercase lettering, but I feel the image is a little too modern looking for my needs.
I like the elegant but modern look of the font and the color scheme, but not the splatter image. I like the kerning.
I like the geometric logo and simple colors. The font looks classic, but maybe a little too bland.
I like the simple duotone graphic. I don't like the arch of the font or the "ESTD 2015" line.
I like the vintage look of the image and the way the overall circle mirrors the bicycle wheels.
I like the line-drawing style in the image. I like the lined-up, neat lettering. The lines might be a bit too intricate for my needs.
I like the vintage look of the font and the rolling pin.
I like the vintage lettering and monochromatic color palette. The image might be a bit too cartoony for my taste.
I like the thin font weight and the kerning. I like the contrast in the font sizes.
The most important things I would like the logo to convey are our craftsmanship and attention to detail. I would like a logo that looks solid and classic, but not necessarily luxurious. We live in northwest Washington State, so including representations of water, trees, or mountains would be cool (but not necessarily required). A pinterest board of initial ideas is shared at http://pin.it/RGzhUAt