I had nearly 1000 submissions for my contest. Keris beat all of them on his first try. Perfectly on spec, original, and distinctive.
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- J 4 VA Land
perfect design, perfect realization of my ideas, very good communication! I highly can recommend J4 VA Land! Thank you!
Very professional, quick to respond! We really enjoyed working with this designer.
Very easy to work with, responsive and helpful.
How McIntyreFurniture started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
McIntyre Furniture, LLC
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Woodworker. Handmade, heirloom quality, high-end furniture. I'm a new business. I'm starting a line of furniture that will be able to be shipped across the country (maybe even the world one day.) I'm ready to take branding to the next level.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Light neutrals: Purity, balance and sophistication.
Dark neutrals: Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.
I'm mostly interested in black and white because I will be laser engraving or using a heated branding iron to stamp the logo in the bottom of my furniture pieces.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I know that I don't want any woodworking tools in my design. I plan to use this logo on everything: from website, to having a branding iron made to burn the logo into the bottom of furniture pieces that I make. The logo design may have wood grain it it, but not a requirement. But it needs to read/feel high end as my prices are expensive due to the time it takes to make handmade furniture. And I would like it to have a slight masculine feel, but not too much. Overall, the logo must imply quality. I would like the lettering of "LLC" to be on the smaller side, but still fit into the overall design. I would like a little more uniqueness/"wow" factor/refinement/one-of-a-kind feel to the logo then the designs I've been given so far. I'm looking for something timeless, classy, and not too boring.
I've added an image of how I sign my name, incase anyone wants to play with how I write "McIntyre" as a font type.
If you do all capital letters for McIntyre, make sure you make the "M" and the "I" taller so that it is easier to read.
I've decided to move away from big blocks that are filled in with black. I looked into wood burned branding iron examples and they don't turn out well when there is that much area/coverage to burn away.