Couldn't be more pleased with the work. Josef took our existing brand, and took it to the next level.
Love the design...it is so simple yet classy and sheek. It appears effortless just like what I envision with the brand. The designer was very prompt whenever I asked for changes, etc.
Dana is a very talented designer. Easy to work with and very creative. Highly recommended.
- Martin Milev
Excellent to work with. True artistic professional.
- Maxwell Renovations
She creates beautiful designs and great to work with.
Muntaha's was fabulous to work with. He was on track from the very first design he submitted. There were 20 designers in my contest and Muntaha's was always in the "keeper" stack. I can recommend Muntaha's with no problem at all.
- Jamie M.
How pulpmystic started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Creation and distribution of original magic effects with their accompanying props; publication of magic literature; magic performance at events in the New York metro area
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
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'm looking for a logo for my magic business that is hip/contemporary and conveys some mystery, without evoking any of the cliches of a Vegas magic show, Harry Potter or Merlin. Think playing card iconography, old magic posters, tarot cards, and so on but with a modern flavor. See my <a href="http://www.pinterest.com/pulpmystic/magic-logo">Pinterest board</a> for ideas.
I would like the logo to somehow capture how paper ephemera (not just playing cards, though that is the dominant object in the business, but books, musical scores, origami, handwritten letters, etc) can evoke a mystical experience, an event becoming ever more rare as we move more deeply into the digital age.