Extremely nice -exceptional- final file provision!
- Alissa art
Alissa was amazing to work with! A very good eye for design and knows how to make the brand stand out to a full potential. I cannot wait to wrk with alissa again for future projects :)
How docsams started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Doc Sam's Supply Co.
What’s your company slogan?
Disrupting feet est. 2019.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This is for a product men's grooming and cosmetics specifically foot care. The energy is classic yet modern and sophisticated, but not take itself too seriously. It should be approachable and intriguing.
This is no-nonsense skin care for men.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Cosmetics & Beauty
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
About Doc Sam
Doc Sam grew up in Chicago in the 1930s. His passions included helping stock shelves in his family’s corner store and stickball, always in that order. A tough kid, he collected empty bottles outside of Wrigley field after every game for some pocket change. He trained as a pharmacist, paying his way by running a bread delivery route then spent a few years in the Army. After the war, he went to podiatry school and put a shingle up in the ‘burbs. I think that’s what the entrepreneurial types call “bootstrapping.” Doc Sam was the MacGyver of podiatry. No one knew the workings of the foot better than he did. What he could do when dealt a fractured ankle at 3am, given a wooden ruler, elastic bandage and crayon was the epitome of art and function. When he retired, he taught organic chemistry and played 9 holes twice a week, because, why not? A passionate advocate of the elbow patch before it was ironic, Doc Sam knew how to dress to impress. Outside of the office, I knew him as grandpa, and no one loved harder than he did. We created Doc Sam’s Foot Restoration Peel as an homage to the modern gent. We get it, you’ve been through some sh*t and you’re better for it, but your feet don’t have to look like they went through the war.