profesor LacPa was the first designer to offer any designs in my logo design contest. Any suggestions I gave for revision were done quickly and turned out even better than I had envisioned.
I absolutely love the logo he came up with for my new accounting firm!
I highly recommend working with him, and if I ever need anything in the future, I'll certainly be a return customer!
How levitd started their logo & social media pack journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Let's work for America
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This is a political campaign logo. It should look good on a shirt, on a yard sign and be clearly recognizable. Generally, it will probably be situated to the left. The candidate's name is Levi, so the idea is to riff off the concept of Levi's jeans. A clean, crisp, slightly cartoonish pair of mens jeans (maybe with lace up leather shoes or cowboy boots at the bottom -- again probably situated on the left of the sign). They should appeal to a broad swath of society: the blue collar construction worker, the tech worker, the cowboy, the suburban mom, the hip young millennial. Eventually, we may do a number of iterations of this design, so the winning designer may get repeat business. The campaign will be in Colorado, so a prominent nod to the Colorado flag, its coloration and the mountains are a definite plus. The candidate will be a Democrat, so strong blues on white backdrop is probably ideal. The vibe should be more Bernie Sanders than Hillary Clinton -- maybe a bit retro.
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We want this to be simple, friendly, smart and memorable.