Casper did an amazing job capturing the essence of our design firm's identity and the slightly playful, yet classic feel we were looking for in our logo. We highly recommend working with him! He was very responsive and open to making adjustments, understanding exactly what we asked of him in terms of tweaking the design through the iterative process. He made this process easy and fun.
- Icebox Creative
I loved working with Enola! This designer gave me what I wanted even when I wasn't sure. Took all of my feedback and responded so quickly with many new design options. I will definitely work with Enola again!
Great job on our logo for Kentucky Steaks. You can check it out at https://www.kentuckysteaks.com. I would recommend this designer.
Elrich, thank you for all your hard work.
Very creative. We have already worked with her 2 times, and both times we have been very satisfied. She created the logo of our company that we love it. She understood what we wanted and showed it in a very smart and creative way.
Would not doubt to work again with her in the future.
Very easy to work with and fast results. Would not hesitate to employ their services again. Excellent work!
How Icebox Creative started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Twig + Cobble Landscape Design
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We craft what's outside your door. Design, installation, and maintenance of beautiful landscapes for discerning residential and commercial clients.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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
love the circular logo orientation of this design and its simplicity.
like the whimsical nature. not entirely sure it can work for our logo, but why not try?
great graphic with the bird slowly becoming pixelated.
we do love using fonts as form when and if appropriate.
crisp, simple, effective. great!
sort of "t-shirt" classic. could something similar work for us?
like the light font and "active" graphic.
old-timey and eye catching.
I've done some sketch studies, but please do not feel obligated to riff off of them. If they help, great. If not, go for broke on some other idea!
Please do not feel like you have to incorporate the go-to industry standards of a leaf, flower, tree, etc. I would like the logo to reflect the studio's primary revenue stream of landscape architectural design which is not always dependent on plant material.
Whimsy is welcome. Integrated font and graphic is cool but not entirely necessary.
Green is somewhat a default and over-used in this industry so I would prefer not to use that solely. However, I prefer a 2 color logo (black/gray and one other color) to save on printing costs.
Thank you for your ideas and interest in helping this project along!