Lunatic Youth was great to work with -- very responsive and quick to implement any edits. He came up with several versions of this design which was wonderful because having options is important. I highly recommend this designer.
Sukadarma did a great job taking our initial concept and eventually turning it into something the CIty Council approved and we're using the new logo on everything. Was a true pleasure.
Par Excellence per usual...super responsive and very easy to work with!
Despite me choosing another design originally he took the time to carefully rethink and entered another logo that was spot on. So I went with the new one. Can tell he carefully thought about it. Thank you~
- Windmill Designer™
We liked the originality of the design and the connection with the material provided in our brief.
How sarah.o.bradshaw started their logo & social media pack journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
A Survival Guide to Finding Freedom in Capitalism
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Basic financial education on stuff that isn't taught in schools but should be; it's essentially a guerilla crash course for the common people on getting out of debt and learning about a financial system that keeps them enslaved. Target market is everyone looking to get out of debt, find financial freedom and essentially "keep theirs" - their money, sanity, and freedom.
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
Large logo, font and design
Innovative way to combine concept and illustration
Concept is illustrated well in the imagery.
Simplicity and sophisticated, sleek lines and inclusion of an image
Nice composition, design elements all work nicely together
Simple imagery, font style and composition
Dynamism of the imagery, indicates movement
Background imagery, font.
Concept integrated into visual image
Tone and style, would prefer if the bird actually looked "free" as the name suggests.
This image or something similar could be included in the logo to convey the idea of "keep yours"
This image could be included in the design, combined with the one of someone holding money
This image could be combined with the one of someone breaking out of chains
A picture of an open shackle around someone's wrist to represent freedom could also be used.
illustrates someone holding money. do not include the money falling from the air, only that in the palms.
Please include imagery that conveys freedom from the potential bondage of capitalism and debt with this "survival guide" product. Image ideas include: a pair of hands holding gold coins, broken shackles indicating financial freedom, and the "survival guide" as a magical book to financial freedom. We want it to look fresh, new, somewhat playful and different from the typical, stodgy financial logos/assets. Designs/assets will be used for podcast cover, social media, and on website.