Top designer! From the first design filled in all the expectations. Professional, fast and immediate reactions on my remarks. I will go for a one on one for next exercises.
It was a pleasure to work with boksi. Very good exchanges, good ideas and quick feedback .
Excellent to work with! Highly recommended and very fast and skilled and will for sure continue to work with him!
Thank you for the design!
Really great to work with even after the contest ended. He continued to do revisions for us until we were happy.
How kabengbordeaux started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
A Sandwich Shop
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Kabëng is a cool sandwich shop concept in which we intend to make great food accessible. We will play loud music, service will be casual and the food and drinks offer of premium quality.
We sell creative sandwiches, sides and craft beer to people between 25 and 45yo.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
For the main colours in the restaurant we have used a mix of copper, dark blue, anthracite grey, black and beige, which we would like to see in the logo as well
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Please think outside the box. We would like to see a logo that doesn't show a sandwich in particular but plays with the name Kabëng, a logo that gives our Sandwich Shop a strong identity/brand. No more sandwich, no more Kabëng in a circle. We would love the logo to be fresh, colourful and innovative. The ideal logo will take these ideas and will be -at least- partly illustrated. We will play music via a boombox so that (and perhaps the 80's) could be a direction to explore too, as long as you keep in mind we are not a music store!
Please note that although it is an option we do not essentially need to see a sandwich on the logo.
If you decide to use one in your proposal, please do not put the name between two slices of bread...