Did a great job and was timely in changes and communication.
Very creative and responsive to changes. Thank You for our new logo and identity for our church
Sirocasus travaille à la perfection ! :) Son imagination et sa créativité sont très surprenantes et m'ont permis de dépasser la vision que j'avais de mon projet logo.
Un immense merci ! :)
Excellent as always
- Transformed Design Inc.
Extremely happy with the logo design.
Elrich has a great eye and was able to action all my feedback swiftly and accurately. He interpreted the brief perfectly and delivered many different versions. He was a pleasure to work with. Highly recommended.
- Still Stoked
How popastornb started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Prince of Peace
What’s your company slogan?
Thousand Oaks (city name)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Prince of Peace is a Christian church in Thousand Oaks, California. Our target audience is really anyone and everyone in our community. It is an aging congregation which we are trying to energize by connecting with younger families. We're hoping a new logo (they've never had one) will be the start of a whole new look and feel to this ministry. (Please see updated final comments below.)
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Color doesn't really matter to me at this point since that can be easily changed once we've selected the logo we want. So feel free to use any color/combo you'd like!
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Here's the challenge I see both with what I've described and the designs I've seen so far. We are in a very ritzy area in SoCal and so I'm initially drawn to the fancy country club looking designs. But then I start thinking about all the mediums on which we hope to print, distribute and incorporate our logo. I'm hoping that our logo becomes the thing our community recognizes us by. So that question is, can the logo stand on its own and be recognized without the words 'prince of peace'? For that, I think you need simple and unique. So, that's where I'm torn. I like the fancy looking ones because they look nice on a computer screen. But are they practical for future implementation? I'm not sure.
I so desperately want an oak tree in the design because it will connect us with the most recognizable symbol of our community. Again, I don't know how you make an oak tree into a simple, unique logo. Good luck!