Kazeem's skills wowed almost everyone that saw his design in a recent poll against other talented designers and ultimately came out on top. I love the level of detail in their work and can't wait to see this logo in production!
Oftheforest was the first designer to submit a design for my contest and over the course of a few days, that submission evolved into the perfect design for my company. They were very responsive, creative and I'm thrilled with the end product.
- Chimfanzy Bros.
Chimfanzy's designs are amazing and the response time was always quick. Will definitely come back for more work!! Thank you, Chimfanzy!!
Great job. Love the design and thank you for being so accommodating with changes.
Vulcan was great to work with to develop our brand vision. It amazes me the lengths we covered and the depth of ideas provided for consideration. The turnaround was exceptionally fast and well interpreted. I hope to use again on future projects.
- Anthony Trollope
How jpfarrell7 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Bucks County Brewery
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Bucks County Brewery is a local Pennsylvania brewing company with a strong local following looking to re-brand under new ownership and direction. We specialize in hand-crafted ales and large outdoor music festivals. Our target audience is your typical craft beer drinker, age 25 to 55. Potential for hipster-type audience but have a large middle-class family following.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We're open to ideas, but would ideally like a graphic included with the typeface that could be removable and recognizable even without words. The logo would be used for merchandise, social media, business cards, etc. We're currently a fan of the Crafter Typeface from 1871 Project if that gives you any direction, especially how the "W" is displayed, but again, we're completely open to new ideas. Ideally, hops or grain would be included in the logo as well as the location, which is Pipersville, PA. Established year for the brewery was 2013.
For inspiration, Bucks County, PA has a rich history in the American Revolution but currently has major farming and agricultural areas spread throughout communities. We haven't been able to tap into any of that to create a current logo, but we're looking for something more modern and fresh than a stylized picture of a sunrise.