Excellent work, great communication, very efficient.
- Doris Gray
Great design! Would definitely work with again.
Very open to suggestions and fixes. Overall great job and good to work with
Listening is key to better understand your client's need. Ri@na is a great designer and a great listener.
How freddie.jagger started their logo design journey
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My new business is based around bespoke all inclusive guided cycling holidays in Provence, France. The holidays are for groups of road cyclists (hence peloton) aged mostly between 30-50, primarily male. I don’t have a preference for an icon or text logo or a combination of the two. I was thinking that a black logo which can be reversed to also be made white (show up on black background) would look good but am open to suggestions. Initially the logo will be used on social media/ website/ business cards but I want to be able to print it on clothes – cycling kit, t shirts, socks etc as well as banners to be used at events. Something that will look good digitally but also printed is very important. Please have a look at the website which is still in its early stages of development at http://www.pelotonprovence.com/ to get a feel for the company which the logo should reflect. It is a luxury/ professional brand but also bespoke and personal so something sophisticated and stylish but at the same time not overly complex. Ultimately the brand is based around high end ‘catered for’ road cycling for those who are ambitious and strive for adventure. Ideally it would be comparable to brands such Rapha, Audi and Apple. If there is any more information you need please let me know.
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