I love his work. Was already the 3rd job. Looking forward to the 4th. Thanks!!!
- Vladimir Sterjev
VS Design submitted a great designs after reading the brief, and completely understood the needs. The final logo design was beyond expectations and reflect the skill & understanding VS has in interpreting concepts, and producing excellent logos. A pleasure to work with and very responsive to feedback. Well done.
Working with GinoRoxalino was a pleasure! He was quick to respond to requests, and successfully handled all our revision requests. I definitely recommend him and would work with him again in the future :)
- Jerry Man
Meets every task with ease and precision
- Just Pixel
Fantastic work, thank you for creating something amazing!
How Loaded.dog started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Loaded Dog Systems ( & LandMaster logo as supplied )
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Loaded Dog Systems import & distribute LandMaster electric utility vehicles in Australia. Loaded Dog Systems Logo should dovetail with ( existing ) LandMaster logo, and also stand alone as needed when not promoting the LandMaster vehicles. I imagined a Loaded Dog Systems both with and without a LandMaster. The target audience are Government Departments, local councils, universities, horse & cattle properties and private owners
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
Loaded Dog is a play on words and relates to an old Australian story http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Loaded_Dog , and the business uses the DOG as an internal acronym for "Delivery Over Ground" an old cold war use of the word FROG ( Free Rocket Over Ground ), and as a pun. ( I have a shooting & explosives background and own 2 Whippet dogs that are part of the business ). The Loaded Dog is a bit of fun, with the serious LandMaster being the grown up influence. I really like the image I found with the dog and a stick of explosives in its mouth. That "look" in the form of a whippet would be nice, however, I am open to any radical or different designs. I like the "look" of the text in the Apocalypse now logo, and would be happy for that style to be represented in the "Loaded" portion of the title. I also like the industrial/military look of a stencil text, and think that would suit the "DOG" segment of the logo. I would even consider the Logo in a fine stencil format, if it could impart the message. I have included the style of stencils I find attractive. I like the fine intricate type, rather than the chunky look.