Love the design. Edwin was super helpful and easy to work with.
How vschade started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Dog Day Afternoon
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This is a brand new podcast for dog lovers hosted by two dog experts. It features interviews with well-known dog advocates, rescue organizations and the occasional guest pooch, as well as Q&A with the dog trainer co-host, and fun product reviews. The logo doesn't have to be a literal representation of the title of the show.
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
Great clean vintage feel
Distinct, bold, easy to put on mech
Beautiful marriage of name and design
We'd like to avoid recognizable dog breeds in the design since we're all about mutts. To narrow the focus on the design, we're looking for a feel similar to this one (obviously not a direct copy since that's not cool!): https://99designs.com/profiles/99ne…gns/732398
We want a relaxed vibe, so maybe a dog silhouette looking chill (with a cup of coffee if that works - he doesn't have to be holding it, it can be nearby) "Dog Day" across the top curved, and "Afternoon" across the bottom, straight. Vintage feel is great ... see the "Asalt & Buttery" and "Green River Cyclery" logo in the "Design Inspiration" section. We're also open to a cleaner vibe, like in the Crown Paint logo.