Great to work with, very patient. I got sick near the end of the job and was traveling internationally but was still able to work with them to get everything our company needed. Would definitely recommend.
- Surya Aditama
Worked really hard to design to my specifications
Designer provided tons of concepts, stayed in constant communication and was very responsive to feedback. Since we received his first concept submission, we were pretty sure he would make it to the short list. Thank you Saotobi!
Thanks for the quick revision!
Had a good original idea, and was very quick to make any changes after feedback. Working with AZKATAMA when as good as things could go!
How mesa39 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Cypress Creative Group
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
First and foremost we're storytellers and we help boutique brands discover a wider audience. What we want to convey with our logo is creativity through and through. We play with imagery and emotion to help people connect to our brands in a very personal way.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Thanks for joining! We're interested in seeing logos that feel a little more unusual and offbeat than corporate. Feel free to play around with typography treatment to convey the sense of "creative."
The idea for our company name originally came from 2 types of Cypress trees: (1) the Italian Cypress, a most unusual vertical tree that flanks the entrance to villas in Tuscany, and (2) the Monterey Cypress, which grows nearly horizontal from the ocean winds here in California. We're not attached to seeing either tree in the logo, though there is the opportunity to explore this direction as an outline?
Another possibility is to use the letters CCG to create the logo.
UPDATE: Again, we invite everyone to be as creative as you want to be in helping us explore ideas. Two new thoughts from reviewing designs today. One of the things we do is we help clients "unlock the code" or "solve the puzzle." This might inspire ideas for the logo such as a KEYHOLE or PUZZLE PIECE (in lieu of a tree.) Another thing that might be of interest is something textural - almost as if you're looking at real paper, or an image that's embossed? Lots of opportunity here.