We could not have imagined a better partner for our logo design than Sasha!
Both creative and focused, attentive and guiding, professional and warm, Sasha delivered on every aspect of the experience.
During the creative process, he was positive and encouraging in his feedback, quick to understand our vision and flexible with our requests. He maintained clear communication and hit every promised deadline with ease.
And although the final product was truly perfect, we almost appreciated Sasha's creative guidance beyond all else. Having his thoughtfulness and talent on your side is priceless.
How SIA AG started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Gone with the Hound
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are exhibitors of Italian Greyhound dogs with a certain degree of success and some accolades behind our belt. We are looking for someone to create a logo that can be employed on our Website, Fun
page as well as to be applied on some clothing garments. The name behind this venture, will most likely be: ‘Gone with the Hound’ The logo should exude the elegance, class and poetry of motion and aesthetic attributes of an Italian Greyhound.
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IMPORTANT: If you've no idea what an Italian Greyhound dog looks like, please Google them for sample images.
The logo should represent a figure, outline or sketch of an Italian greyhound, preferably standing up or in fluid motion. The drawing should well accentuate (even to a point of exaggeration) the shape of an Italian greyhound, and his angulation. The logo can either be a black and white contour (with or without a filing) or also a colorful design. The logo should also potentially explore the feminine angle.
Both the design features as well as the color-scheme we leave to the imagination and in capable hands of the designer, whom we will guide to create the perfect logo-specimen, once the initial
submission has shown potential in our eyes.