99sitta designed the winning logo for VR1 corporation. He is very talented quick to respond to feedback and extremely helpful as we struggled with variations on our theme.
We had a wonderful experience with 99sitta and we hope to work with him again soon. He is an excellent resource and a great partner!!
Easy to work with and great creativity! Would use her again.
- Stefan Art
We worked with Stefan to design a logo for one division of our company through a contest and he was regularly in the top 3 designers. He then created a logo that just happened to be perfect for another company of ours so we choose two winners and came out of the contest very happy. Stefan was good to work with and the fact that we choose his art should say enough. Thanks Stefan
Absolutely stoked with kansept. Helpful in every way possible and an very good designer! Highly reccomended
- TN Designs
TN always kills it :)))
Great to work with!
How stuart181 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Family Chiropractic Bundaberg
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a husband & wife chiropractic team. We offer gentle, caring chiropractic services for people of all ages, from newborn babies to the elderly. We are focusing on creating a fun, "family-friendly" office space where kids and parents love to visit. Chiropractic is a holistic, natural approach to health that is based upon the body's own ability to heal itself.
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
Out of the logos we uploaded, we particularly like the THRIVE food coaching one for the way it 'glows'. We also like the sizing and placement of the Noosa Family Chiropractic logo. Obviously we like the idea of a tree that represents the natural aspect of what we do. We love Australian native trees and have imagined the possibility of having eucalyptus 'gum nuts' in the logo, but this is not essential.
In relation to the image of the tree could we see an image which incorporates the roots please.
In developing the use of spirals ( triple Celtic spirals as shown in the central image of the attached photo) like the curly tree ( between the chi tree and the mulberry tree in the original logo design pictures) a larger tree could have the three triskeles.