Pettterson was wonderful to work with--considered the brief carefully, and the logo produced was simple, elegant, and right on brand. Very responsive to my feedback, and created an incredible number of unique logos as well as variations on the one's I liked best. Highly recommended.
Jaku3D understood our brief and provided a number of great concepts for us to choose from. Jaku3D worked with us until we were completely satisfied, provided the design files in numerous formats, and also assisted with an additional logo for our social media pages. Jaku3D was a pleasure to work with and is a credit to 99designs. We wouldn't hesitate to recommend Jaku3D.
Very responsive and a good communicator.
My designer was very receptive and eager to get my logo exactly like I had envisioned. I would recommend!
How Xvulgarx started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
McMillan Millwork & Joinery
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
we build high end custom cabinetry and woodwork. our demographic target is from 30 to 60 we also work with other businesses. i need a logo i can use for signs, truck lettering, web site ex ex. i am looking for something timeless but please no tools ei hammers.
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
OK I am sorry for being a bit vague but to be honest i was not exactly sure what I wanted. I think I have a better idea of what I am after. for the logo I have narrowed it down to 2. first I have uploaded images of dove tail joints (a common wood working joint). I was thinking perhaps some sort of stylized version of a dove tail. maybe some kind of 3D take on it or I have see a sort of brush stroke technique in some logos that i liked. The second is the letter form logo. maybe a combination of M M or M M J again i do like the organic feel of the brush stroke or maybe something like a New York Yankees ball cap.