Great work, really nailed what we were looking for in our global milk brand!
- harwi studio
Very professional. Made ever adjustment we requested. Excited about our new logo.
Truly wonderful work! The color scheme really brought out the amazing work of these illustrations.
great work, just what I was after, cheers.
Very happy with my design. Working with this designer was very easy and a great overall experience.
- Creative Beans
How mail Ap started their character or mascot journey
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Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are looking for a logo/character/mascot for a new creative social media agency. We focus on edgy social media and video marketing. With our creative focus, we want our logo/character to be edgy, exciting, and creative.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We want a jockey (as in a jockey riding a horse, but) on a shark. We are looking for a color representation of a horse jockey riding the back of a shark. The logo/character should be creative and colorful. However, WE WOULD LIKE TO SEE THE DESIGN BOTH WITH DETAIL AND AS SIMPLIFIED version. Perhaps even an outline. This is because we will want to use the simplified logo on business cards, shirts, hats, etc. We will want it be able to scale down to a 1 color silhouette outline. You can also get creative with the words "Shark Jockey" and incorporate them creatively around the character since this will also represent the logo for our brand. We are undecided on the level of detail of the image. We would like to see both images with illustrations with more detail and color that looks like an edgy cartoon with some attitude and character AND also see more artistic renderings and more styled lines and curves with simple colors. When it comes to the outline version, think about tribal designs, but it needs to be simple and still professional.
We want our shark and jockey to appear "aggressive". We want to "win" and beat the competition. So we are thinking the shark needs teeth (that would be visible in both the detailed version and the outline). And the jockey needs to be in an aggressive riding position compared to a causal more upright position. The best versions we have seen so far have the jockey holding reins with one hand, while other arm is reaching back with the horse/jockey whip ready to strike.
Attached are several styles we liked found on the internet. They showcase the various styles we are looking to capture and compare.