Always does an amazing Job with our stuff. We speak very highly of his work.
- indra kh
Friendly, fast and gooooood !!
Thanks a lot again, Indra :-)
Wookster is highly professional and delivers on time. I was pleasantly surprised how strongly he took his design to heart, and my requests clearly outside the agreed upon scope were accommodated. Wookster never refused and many times went out of his way to support my requests and deliver it better than i had expected it to be and suggested even more ways to make it better. Its been a pleasure working with Wookster and look forward to working with him again and would gladly refer his services and talent to anyone. I now consider him a friend of my business as well as myself.
Top Qualities: Great Results, Expert, High Integrity and Follow up. The Best.
Very talented and great to work with! Would definitely work with you again!!
Artevrie knows exactly, what kind of design I needed. He has finished everything really fast and professionell and I am really happy with his design. Looking forward for working more with him in future.
The designer worked very hard and provided adjustments based on feedback in a timely manner. Very professional and good quality of work. The handovers were as I requested. All around an A+ designer who will go far in this industry!
How rpfdvm started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Foundry Veterinary Services
What’s your company slogan?
Iron sharpens Iron. Prov. 27:17
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Provides veterinary care to patients and also provides continuing education and consultation to other veterinarians.
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
Focus should be on the word or idea of Foundry with Veterinary services being written or defined below/behind.
Foundry comes from where Iron is made. the logo/proverb is iron sharpens iron, 2 people make each other better/sharper/smarter/more effective.
I'm not sure if there is a logo picture per se of a foundry or if we just play off the steel/iron concept. I like the nostalgic look of the logos like the "emblem" sample in the designer brief. Anvils are great for depicting iron but lets also look for other things that convey the idea.
Think of an old iron foundry stamp from the 1930's