He did a great design and was quick with revisions. Highly recommended.
Great to work with
I thought the entire process was seamless! He did a great job and was quick with responses and revisions.
How jwinks27 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Small blacksmith business that currently focuses on selling decorative and functional hand forged goods such as bottle openers and hooks but with the possibility of expanding into architectural ironwork (railings, gates, etc.) as well as teaching classes.
The target audience for these products is typically homeowners looking for items with a rustic or industrial style.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
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
The attached images include my current logo which is a photo featuring an anvil, hammer, and a coffee cup. I would like to try to incorporate an anvil, hammer and coffee cup. into the logo if possible. I have also toyed around with the idea of including some kind of dragon imagery or possibly a caffeine molecule but I am not sure if either of those really fit.
The last thing to mention is that I would also like to have something that could be used or parts of the logo could be used/modified to act as a touch mark. A touch mark is a stamp that is used on hot steel to essentially sign or mark the work as my own. I don't currently have an example of a touch mark I have used but companies such as Buckeye engraving have featured many of their past works on their website under steel hand stamps and jewelry hand stamps. While this is something that would be nice to have, do not feel you have to over simplify your design to fit this criteria as I am trying to be as open to new ideas as possible.