Super happy with my design and it was a pleasure working with this designer. Very fast response with tweaking and changing things.
LASARTZ went beyond expectations in understanding the company values and incorporating it in his design. He worked diligently on asking for feedback and iterating on his design.
Great designer, will work with him again.
- milan artworks
Great work, and easy to work with. Will and in fact am using again!
Fantastic work , delighted
How Hawkcom started their logo design journey
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Hawkprint offers Commercial Printing services of all kinds (digital, offset, large format, specialty). We primarily focus on Business Printing, but will print anything for anyone. We believe we offer higher quality printing than the typical "internet printer".
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I may end up using a metallic color(s) when actually printing the logo, but it depends on the end design. For now, I'd rather have a solid design and fine tune colors later in the process. Ultimately the logo colors should work in RGB/Hex color space and CMYK compatible (achievable), but again, we can fine tune that later.
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I like the balance between font and graphic. I like the simplicity of the animal silhouette, and the interesting stylization of the font. This all works together very well.
I like the depth/dimensionality of the graphic in the logo. Also like the font selection.
interesting concept of the multi colored bird made from small circles. I like this design, it wouldn't print well as a spot color job, process only, but it's a compelling illustration, just the wrong kind of bird!
I love this font and the simplicity of the illustration - swap out the burger for a hawk and could be a winner.... :)
I also love the simplicity of this stylized font logo. I do love this font, but with a hawk as the W and maybe a variation of the heaviness of fonts between Hawk and Print? simple... elegant. still includes the word play of the hawk motif...
Something about the wavy illustration really appeals to me and the rainbow color is cool, although wouldn't print well as a spot job. If the wavy illustration was somehow a hawk, could be interesting. Not super crazy about that font... although I prefer san serif fonts. this is an outlier but I do like it.
I'm open to including a bird (hawk) in the logo, but it doesn't necessarily need to include a bird. Could be cool to stylize the type "HawkPrint" to look like a hawk too... i'm open to color suggestions, but don't want the logo to look too comical. I've attached the logo for the parent company, Hawkins Communications - it could look related to this, or not. We are evolving the company from Hawkins Communications to HawkPrint. I'm trying to avoid looking like every other online print company, so i'm likely not going to use a CMYK color scheme in the logo, however if you feel strongly about incorporating that I'm open to seeing it. I'd rather, however, pick interesting, simple colors and a strong bold timeless logo.