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How scottvieth started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
"Waking up the neighborhood since 2010"
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Club 603 is the moniker we use for our house when we have house concerts. We have a Facebook presence that needs a logo and we would like to sell t-shirts, hats, etc. with the logo. Here are some thoughts about the house shows...The evening usually starts with the artist arriving well before the guests. They usually come to the door with guitar case in hand, walk straight to the living room, set down the guitar and gaze at the room. This is actually one of my favorite parts whether its their first time here or they are back. I think the attached photo of the guitar case by the stairs sort of captures this moment. It speaks to the intersection of show and house. The show itself is quite intimate usually without any amplification. This and the physical proximity are the unique aspects. After the show the artists almost always stay and chat with guests. (We almost always put them up). The next morning is usually great conversations over way too much coffee. I always enjoy coming down the stairs and seeing the instruments still sitting there as a great reminder of the night before. (Again the picture of the guitar case embodies this). I could also see the logo as a guitar case with shadow on the floor.
2. The House- our house is a 1910 stucco cottage style typical of the Arts and Crafts period. The photo attached are the actual house numbers on the stucco.
3. Slogan- "Waking up the neighborhood since 1910".
3. Applications of the brand- First, this is all for fun. Second. Probably start with t-shirts. Initial thoughts were logo on the front breast and big image on the back (B&W photo?) with slogan or just slogan. My son also wants to do beer koozies. Poster? Hat?
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