His design was much better than all the others and ::consumed was easy to work with it came down to the point in the process where we had to refine the design and file formats. I would work with ::consumed again for design projects.
- Matthew Campbell
The design that we saw from G) was absolutely fantastic and displayed every piece that we needed to change our design and logo for our practice. The designer is very pleasant and quick to get information sent, as well.
It was a real pleasure working with you. You were very attentive to my needs and listened to my desires and fulfilled them promptly and cheerfully. I found you to be the most creative designer that submitted to my contest and I appreciated the fact that initially you gave me several options to choose from. You put forth way more effort that the other designers. You are very creative! Thank You Again!! :)
- Buzz Slattman
How Mcosenza started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Make time for you.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
StoneHouse Retreat provides therapeutic massage and bodywork for clients between the ages of 35-65. Target audience will be professionals who are fitness/wellness minded and earn between $50-100K annually. The decor of the massage space is reflective of the simplicity and basic elements of the Craftsman Movement. Logo should have elements and color that will be attractive to both men and women. Business owned by a male massage therapist. Slogan should have flexible placement so that it can be removed without compromising the logo.
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
The logo should communicate an aesthetic similar to the values found in the Arts and Crafts Movement of the early 20th Century. Possible logos may include a simple abstract of a house and/or hands. Background of the Movement: The ideal and philosophy of the Arts and Crafts Movement fit the American ethic of work, health, and individuality so well that it became the style of the times, influencing architecture, interior design and even social behavior. Because the style itself depends on simplicity and harmony among the home's many elements, and the lifestyle it advocates is holistic and planet-friendly, today it is even more relevant than it was 100 years ago. What began as an adverse reaction to the technological progress launched by the Industrial Revolution has resulted in an ongoing appreciation for creations of the "head, heart and hand."