Met every one of our expectations. We entered into the contest wanting a creative and unique logo for our newly founded business. CROM came up with an absolutely creative and unique design tailored to our personalities and business expressions. He was attentive and was quick to respond to any of our minor changes. CROM went above and beyond what I had hoped to get as a logo, including communication in the 99 design forum and via Skype- and I’m extremely excited to use my new logo to market the business. I look forward to several more business deals with CROM when I am ready to design my business cards and website. Thank you CROM for your AWESOME work!!
- Mind Blower
Mind Blower worked hard to understand our design brief. Offering many options fitting our direction. At one stage it was a hard decision for which design our team would choose. Mind Blower wrote "I will not disappoint" and revised a leading design to make it even better. I look forward to offering future invites and seeing Mind Blower's portfolio grow. Files were delivered in great shape and ready to work with.
Great Job asuaual
How Paul McCormick started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Great Gun Shellfish
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We're a small-scale aquaculture company growing oysters on our oyster
farm in Moriches Bay, NY. Our premium oysters are sold to high end
restaurants, markets, oyster bars etc. Our core values are restoration
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The main wordmark should be "Great Gun." "Shellfish" should appear on
different line and smaller font (or possibly not at all if wordmark
can effectively communicate nature of business without using it). As
indicated in visual style section, "GG" may also be used either alone
or as part of word mark or emblem. Would like each "G" in "Great Gun"
to be unique enough to have the option of using "GG" as lettermark.
Not looking for typical oyster w/pearl logo design. Thanks!