This process has given us exactly the type of design we were looking for. Sicasimada has been really responsive and it has been a pleasure to work with him.
Pleasure to work with and really put in the work and made all updates and suggested changes. Would definitely work with her again!!
Zehriya was a complete ease to work with. She made so many little tweaks, and in the end, my project was EXACTLY what I wanted from the beginning... only better. I can't say enough good things about this experience and about her design.
- Jerry Hanel
He is very talented designer... I worked with him multiple times... great job...
- Purple Acorn™
Myles from Purple Acorn is a talented designer who can quickly understand what you like and provide timely updates and achieve great results. I would definitely work again with this designer.
How Rami Films started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Rami Films is a new video production company that caters to the fashion, music, and nightlife industry. We produce high-quality video production with a creative cinematic flare. Our videos have now helped our clients gain over 7 million youtube views since 2011.
Our target audience ranges from the high-end fashion marketer/designer to the events and nightlife promoter.
Phone: (604) 800-0474
Address: 510 W Hastings St #922, Vancouver, BC V6B 1L8
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I deal with luxury brands that are looking for a creative approach to video. The logo can be grungy, but it should still be tasteful. A lot of the videos we produce have a grungy style. My current portfolio website is http://dreamingintherain.com. The logo for Rami Films will be used for my business website at ramifilms.com.
The logos attached are a good example of the type of design I like. I really like the use of ink-splat to break the frame. I would prefer to stay away from designs including a camera, a reel, a filmstrip or any of the film-related items.