I have worked on several projects with Dean. Always great communication and top notch work. I highly recommend him.
Good job, responds quickly, works fast.
We asked for an illustrated feel, and miskoS delivered a logo beyond our expectations. He was extremely responsive and easy to work with, and he tried many variations to get the right feel. Thank you, miskoS!
Excellent designer! Quick turnaround with great eye for creativity.
It was an honor to work with such a talented and creative person who was able to capture the vision i had. Will be working with Goopanic again forsure!
Great work and very accommodating. Would definitely work with this artist again!
How liz O started their logo design journey
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We primarily sell anatomy models, such as skulls, skeletons, human torsos, and organ replicas. We also sell both 3D printed human cadaver replicas and synthetic/dissectable human cadavers, so we cover the entire human body. Our customers are medical professionals, nurses, medical students, pharmaceutical companies (who we do custom product development for), biomedical firms (also custom products), and even domestic and foreign governments. We serve hyper-professional organizations just as much as we serve "regular folks" like nurses, students, and even parents of med students..
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This is an excellent use of negative space; it's abstract while still being clear. I like that you have to think about the design a little bit, but that it is still obvious/true to its message
Great example of using negative space and simple colors to give the design a 3D-feel without using shadows or embossing. This logo delivers the brand message very, very well.
Simple use of low-poly without being overdone, and the use of different shades gives a natural lighting effect that elevates the design to a new dimension without going overboard.
While too detailed for what we are looking for, I think this is a great example of layering elements that are simple (the outline of the head) with more detailed elements that give off a blend of modern yet classic design.
This is a good example of using negative space and semi-abstract layering to develop a strong connection between the text and the graphic element
We would like to see a variety of concepts, and would really enjoy a lot of creativity in the submissions. You can see our current logo is awful, and we are not at all committed/stuck to the current color scheme - you have FULL creative liberty here! We would like to see something modern yet timeless/classic, that incorporates anatomy into the design. Maybe play with negative space to come up with something interesting yet subtle and clean? Avoid obvious things like DaVinci's Vitruvian Man, anything that looks like it belongs more in a health/wellness clinic, or anything that borders on Halloween. We're excited to see what you come up with, and feel free to reach out at any time - we're quite responsive to any questions you might have!