This was a very competitive logo contest with well over 200 submissions. Carlos.J was consistently among the hardest working and most creative designers that participated, consistently offering creative new design concepts rather than minor variations or merely riffing on concepts submitted by other designers. He continued to improve his designs during the final stage, and even after winning the contest went well beyond the contest requirements in providing customised layout, size and colour variations of the winning design.
Great to deal with, flexible on changes and understood the brief
Awesome design. Not too busy, not too basic
I love our final design! Extremedialeŕ created exactly the design I was looking for, provided helpful commentary and feedback on my suggestions, and was open to getting our design right. I appreciated how easy it was to work with them and their response time was excellent. I would work with Extremedialeŕ again!
Enthusiastic and kind artist, dedicated to working thoroughly. Thank you so much!
Great Job, Great communication.
Thank you again.
How odin5491 started their logo design journey
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We are an independent electro-pop/rock band. We are distinguished by intelligent, literary lyrics that address such issues as loss, longing, depression, anxiety, mental illness, and mortality in a mature, thoughtful way. Sample songs are available at https://soundcloud.com/station61/se…61/s-csEeX. Our audience tends to be female, 18-40, with some university education. We are looking for a logo that is simple and immediately identifiable -- think Nine Inch Nails' NIN logo; Black Flag; Public Image Ltd. -- and that can be scaled for reproduction as everything from a 512x512 pixel website icon to a 6 ft x 6 ft stage banner.
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The name of the band, Station 61, is derived from a lifeguard tower on Newport Beach, California, where a drowning incident occurred in August 2014. That incident forms the backdrop to the band's debut EP, set for release in early February 2018. This is not intended to imply that the logo should (or should not) incorporate elements of the lifeguard tower -- it is solely for the designers' background information.