Great Job! As what we expected, it is cute, simple and easy to remember.
- Ricky AsamManis
Ricky was a pleasure to work with. He's skilled in taking my textual explanations and turning it into an awesome logo.
This guy is something special. A pleasure to work with and met all my expectations. The process was smooth and easy. Thank you my friend. A++
- Jean Alexandru
Jean did a great job designing what I was after. He was very responsive to input and was always prompt in implementing my ideas. I highly recommend working with him. A true professional!
Excellent designer! Very fast responses and easy to work with. We love the result of this logo and would gladly work with Brahala again! Thank you!
How brimbankcinespace started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
CINESPACE or CINESPACE INC. or CINESPACE Inc.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We work with culturally diverse communities at a grass roots level to tell original stories via film (and other screen content) and theatre. Our target audience is anyone who enjoys film stories, and also people with a passion for community development, diversity of voices, and social causes.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
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
We'd love a wordmark or combination mark logo design that bridges being both a professional, minimalist-look 'studio' branding design for 'CINESPACE' that we can also animate later as a branding tool before the films we make - but at the same time not be too removed from the 'grass roots' and marginalised communities with which we work and who are telling their stories through us (so its not 'Summit' or 'Universal'! (Google 'film studio' or 'production company' logos as an idea)...
There's something nice about incorporating 'light' as a feature, as in a logo like 'Dreamworks' or 'Focus features'.
The key ideas are 'original, out of the box' stories from 'diverse communities' in the cultural melting pot of Melbourne, Australia - the kinds of stories you won't see anywhere else!
Happy to answer any other questions too during the competition, thank you. (and thank you 99 designs!)
* late note - a few designs using 'space' as a theme, okay, but would like to see some more out of the box ideas too! thanks