I am very please working with Inna. She is very easy to work with.
I worked with two projects a website and a blog- Great work!
I highly recommend her.
Really liked the shield and how he took my feedback and quickly gave me options based on that feedback. Free agent worked with me to create exactly what I wanted and I appreciate the work that free agent put in.
Marriya was great to work with. We couldn't be happier with the logo she created for us.
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Animal makes amazing content for brands. We produce beautiful films for clients. It is a sister company of 'Butter' - check out http://www.thisisbutter.com to see what we are about.
This will be an interesting project for the designer with a lot of creative freedom and a chance to do something really cool.
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We want a word mark. The 6 letters of 'Animal' as a logo.
I have included two logos which are quite different to one another.
1. 'Platige' - this is just a single letter 'P', expressed as an
angular, futuristic shape. We like it, but we think it's better to
have the full word 'Animal'.
Of the two logos, the Platige logo is our preferred. It looks like,
if someone threw it at you, it would hurt. It is muscular,
perhaps weapon-like. It is jagged, not curvy. As a logo, it could be
for something futuristic; a spaceship or a weapon.
2. 'Tool' . This is a completely different direction and they are not
meant to overlap. There is a playful quality to this. And this
direction could work well with the name, which is already quite
Please note. Whatever your approach, we dont want any literal
references to animals. No ears, teeth, no paw prints etc. The logo
should not feel