Pik@r is an Amazing designer! It was a Great experience with him as my designer. Quick and Detailed.
Ari was very professional and efficient. He was able to encapsulate my thoughts and limited ideas into a design that I was very satisfied with. He is a very good designer and I would use him again.
Great job! Very excited
Excellent work and very easy to work with!
- Dan Ee
How braddaniellewis started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Humble Beer Works
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This is your standard Brewery nestled in the heart of Houston Texas' oil country .
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'd like to explore the following colors:
Blues: Knowledge, trust, calm and honesty.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Right now the photo you see is called a "planetary gear set". You can google this and see tons of examples. The picture Ive uploaded is absolutely conceptual, as I am far from an artist. It kind of looks cheesy and clip artish. I want the lines to be SHARP, and all the gears to perfectly mesh with each other, the teeth on the gears sharp. I want it to look like if you dropped this logo in your car engine, it would immediately fall into place and start moving and working with the engine. This is very important, right now the 3 small gears are at 6, 10, and 2 oclock. I WANT them to be at 12, 4 and 8 oclock if that makes sense. Basically flip the position of the small gears from where they are right now. The center gear is the state of texas with the texas flag as the color scheme, id like to stick with that. The small gears are artworks of the 3 main ingredients in beer, water, hops, and barley. I don't care which picture is on which gear for those. Id like to have the font SIZE of the "Humble Beer Works" made so that it looks correct, I just wrote that on there with a pen and didn't necessarily put the size that I wanted, so see what size looks good. The light grey space surrounding the gears is totally free to your artistic expression. Id like to see some designs where that part is "see through" or whatever you want to say. Meaning, if I put the logo on a T shirt, that part would show up whatever color the tshirt is.