Eren is a fantastic to work with! Extremely creative, professional, and a lot of fun to work with.
The quality of his work amazes us. He totally understands what you want and does not hesitate to help you in every way he can. I must admit, that I really loved how quick he reacted to our messages and how quickly he revised the demanded revisions. Thank you so much for thr great work and effort. 👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽
- CROMWORX Designs
Met every one of our expectations. We entered into the contest wanting a creative and unique logo for our newly founded business. CROM came up with an absolutely creative and unique design tailored to our personalities and business expressions. He was attentive and was quick to respond to any of our minor changes. CROM went above and beyond what I had hoped to get as a logo, including communication in the 99 design forum and via Skype- and I’m extremely excited to use my new logo to market the business. I look forward to several more business deals with CROM when I am ready to design my business cards and website. Thank you CROM for your AWESOME work!!
- Lily Art
My client was very pleased.
How Try.aaron started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a carnivorous restaurant and mirco brewery. We specialise in a wide variety of cook your own meats and décor/theme is a stone age/caveman setting.
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
Our logo will be semi-masculine orientated due to the fact that in essence we are a steak house and brewery. However, our difference: We grill every animal that’s ever walked god’s green earth!
This is not a fast food outlet! It’s a quality dining experience, with a medium to high price range.
The theme is the Stoneage with a huge central BBQ, Inhouse micro brewery, sandstone walls, timber, stone, bones and fire all used in the decor.
We have in mind a cartoon image of a caveman (perhaps incorporating meat and beer), although he/she must not appear too childish. This character will be the face of the business and could be used in everything from paintings on the walls, to merchandise, beer bottles and adverts. Above all he/she has to be really catchy and likeable.
The image of the character must be easily separated from the name in the logo, so we can use the two independently.
N.B. it’s not essential that we have a cartoon character that’s just our initial thought.