I love Zul Arifianto's work, he is always prompt and quick to make sure we have the look and feel of the design we have in mind.
Fantastic! and amazing response time!
The logo was designed for a high-end townhouse development in Philadelphia. We were looking for a high-end , sophisticated logo.....and Handsome Bird delivered! They also tweaked the logo multiple times to make sure every detail was perfect.
- Anies Meonk
Great to work with
How Hollis Bennett started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Hollis Bennett Photography or possibly HBP
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Professional Photographer and Director focused on real people and real moments. Gritty, honest and hardworking - very midwest/americana ethos
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 not locked in to a red/black scheme like I have now. Would like to explore just monochromatic as well as just a pop of color.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I have an existing logo and branding that can be found at hollisbennett.com You can also view my work and what I do there. As an aside, Im a very 'real' person and love to fly fish/be outdoors - no bullshit.
Also - I would like to possibly move away from the bird motif. That served me well for awhile but keeping it in the logo feels more like an update and not a new direction.
EDIT: Would like to explore the idea of incorporating a knot into the logo (no bird, no camera/lens elements). Specifially, the blood knot is one that is use in fly fishing and connects 2 lines together so, would show a connection between me and my client and a connection between my stills and motion work. Ive added a sample into the brief to show what it looks like.