We love our logo. Clean and simple design. Responsive to feedback and great to work with.
- Brian Ash
Parassa has the eyes of a true designer.
When I had edits to make they were done well and exactly the way I needed.
- Visual Design
Really fresh take on the brief and exceptional execution.
Great design and quick turnaround!
How Brian Ash started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Dog Gone Blasting - Mobile Surface Preparation
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Dog Gone Blasting is a mobile dustless blasting service. Similar to sandblasting, but it uses water with glass beads to make it less hazardous and messy than traditional sandblasting. It's more powerful than regular power spraying.
This is going to tie in with two similar businesses here in Springfield MO: Dog Gone Mold and Dog Gone Junk. We'd like you to take the Dog Gone Mold logo as a starting point and make the following changes:
1) Instead of Mold, substitute Blasting
2) Instead of Inspection + Treatment on the second line, substitute Mobile Surface Preparation
3) Instead of the house icon with the mold spores in a crosshairs for the icon, we'd like you to create a new icon that incorporates the same color scheme (green and dark gray) and implies getting something clean via dustless blasting.
The icon doesn't need to literally be a power sprayer. Just something that implies the cleaning aspect. Emphasize the powerful but safe cleaning.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We want to keep the same font and lettering that we used in Dog Gone Mold. We want to keep the same color scheme for the icon and lettering. We want to keep the icon separate from the lettering. Keep it the same color scheme, but come up with a unique and creative icon.
Even though "Dog Gone" is in the name, we don't want anything dog related in the icon.
Note - This design brief has been updated heading into the final round. For the second line of text, instead of Mobile Power Stripping it should now be Mobile Surface Preparation.