This designer combines creativity, talent, and professionalism all together. With the little info given about our project design, he was able to take create concepts that blew my parter and I away. His understanding of what we were looking for even when my parter and I were still trying to figure it out is what made this experience a stress free one. Very much recommended. Thank you Artichoke Design.
This designer is easy to work with, very responsive to requests and fast in replying. We are extremely happy with his work on our logo. Even though we kept asking for revisions and updates, he was quick and thorough and in the end we got everything we asked for and more.
- Jennifer Sullivan
How Dylan.bruins started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Hi-Tech Paint & Collision
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Hi-Tech Paint & Collision is an autobody shop in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada. Our logo has become old and outdated and we are looking to redo the logo and all associated signs.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We would like the logo to be like the samples that were provided, in having the bodylines of a new-style Camaro with the company name underneath. Please do as you see fit in making this happen. As we are a paint shop, it may look best to have the car colored in a way that makes it appear to be freshly painted. If this makes the logo appear too busy, a solid color without the paint-shading effects will be preferred. I cut out the body lines along the path we see to be best (see the file "edited Camaro"), but if the designer wishes to incorporate more/less of the bodylines or other aspects of the car (ex. wheel wells like the lorens autobody logo) that would be acceptable as well. All decisions of the like are being left to the graphic designers.
We do not want:
1. Anything cartoon-esque. we want this logo to look fast and clean. No flames or anything tacky like that.
2. Stock images/pictures. They are not necessary for this design
3. The typeface should be clear, simple and bold. We want something that stands out while being careful not to be too fancy.
SUBNOTE: If you think that a completely different logo will look good for our business, possibly something that involves a paint gun instead of a car or the likes, all entries will be considered! Feedback will be given for every design!
I will provide as much feedback as you require. My job allows ample time to monitor any questions or comments that designers have. Thank you.