Rakela was a pleasure to work with and designed a logo that gave me everything I wanted... and more!
It is a pleasure to work with Pinoy. And I greatly appreciate his attention to detail.
eb>design was very professional. His design was simply perfect for the purpose. I'm glad I waited another day for most designers to join, as his entry came later during contest. There were very good, high quality work submitted by the designers, so his competition was tough. Would definitely work with him again. Excellent job!
This design met the brief very well and conveyed the modern look we were seeking. The designer provided a number of variations to help us to decide on the final logo and responded quickly to requests for amendments.
How lalroumani started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Syrian Comfort Food Delivered
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I provide high-end homecooked Syrian food to high-end Arab customers in London with healthy options
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I love the font and how the image is powerful yet light at the same time and does not overshadow the words.
I love this logo. The font is powerful and I love how the kitchen tool is shown simplistically. Emphasis is on the brand name rather than the baking tool.
Sakbeh is a Syrian word meaning 'pouring a portion of your food to a neighbor/friend/relative'. It is an act of generosity, kindness and giving. You can pour a sakbeh to your neighbor if they happen to smell your delicious food, or to your visitor if they complimented your food, or even send a meal from your home to the home of a friend to rejoice the meal you just cooked. It is also sharing good times. In such bad times for Syrians worldwide, I wish to instill the ethics of giving and sharing and generosity as evoked by the concept of Sakbeh. As such the logo needs to project these values of sakbeh. Probably images of hands pouring, of doors knocking, of door to door, of hand to hand, cooking pot to bowl to hand, I am not sure - but what I am sure about is that the meaning and values of Sakbeh must be projected through the logo. I would like my logo to be simple and straightforward and not with a very big image as I want 'Sakbeh' to stand out. It is not essential to incorporate an Arabic-style font, but if we can do then I'd like to see some experimentation. The slogan should appear in 1 line, preferably below the logo. Many thanks!