Beautiful design, clever interpretation of the brief, great communication and attentive to every ask. Thank you!
Great to work with, provided me a lot of revisions to see my vision through.
Thank you very much for the amazing cooperation and communication. Very talented and very patient. His work was awesome, with amazing ideas and payed great attention to detail.
Also, he was very responsive to my feedback until the desired result is achieved. We highly recommend him.
Really great to work with.
- Vectorial Horizon
I just have one word for you: “WOW”!!!
Waking up this morning and seeing these files in my Inbox was as exciting as opening presents on Christmas. What took me almost 2 painful months to do and fix with my developer, took you 2 days only and man, the difference is night and day. There are many things I would have done differently in my life but coming directly to you was undoubtedly the right move. I seldom come across submissions where I have little to no complaints.
Thank you so much and appreciate all the hard work!! And again, WOW!!!
The design is perfect!!! I can not wait to utilize it on our website for the biography section.
How scott5f 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 toy company. We mostly design and manufacture our own products. The Foxtail is a bit of an exception in that it is a 25 years old brand which we acquired the rights to. We are reinvigorating the brand and reintroducing the products to the retail and online market after they had been discontinued for the past 10 years.
It has sold millions of units in its lifetime and retains a nostalgic following.
The original version of the Foxtail is a brown leather baseball with a long nylon tail. There are 3 other versions which use either a foam ball or a rubber ball. The Foxtail is a classic "throw and catch" toy. You spin the ball around by the tail and release to throw. Your partner catches the ball by the tail and then spins to throw it back.
UPDATE: After a number of the submissions have included fox iconography, we've decided that though beautiful, it is not right for the brand. So please refrain from including a fox in the design.
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