Michael is a pleasure to work with. His sensibility about how brand identity works brings the concept and the visual representation of that concept so that speaks to the viewer in an emotive way. Great work.
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How eyefulmedia started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Find a Cure Today
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are going to be designing and selling products that are intended to help raise money for nonprofit organizations and to support those fighting cancer or other diseases. In our case, the word FACT stands for Find a Cure Today, but the name of the business will be FACT Goods (http://www.factgoods.com). The products may range from t-shirts to water bottles and blankets, and many will have this logo or an element of the logo incorporated onto them. In other words, if you wouldn't want to wear a tshirt or carry a bottle with this logo on it, then it won't fit what we're looking for. We're looking for something that might resemble what you'd find from a cool outdoor brand/company. In an ideal world, the logo would look great on top of red, pink, blue, and other colors and/or be able to be used in different colors. The organizations we plan to support will range from Lymphoma Society to Komen, as well as those associated with other causes.
As mentioned in the brief, the logo should look great on top of solid colors (think t-shirts or bottles), and it would be ideal if the logo itself can look great in various colors.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I'd love to have a mark, as well as a word only logo. The mark should be distinct enough to stand alone and be used as an element on different products. Ideally, I would like to see versions of the logo with the words Find a Cure Today included, as well as some without it.