Great work. Understands what we need and great creativity.
- john 3c
Excellent designs, great work and a pleasure to work with.
- art l
Kristina was awesome to work with! Very professional and took feedback seriously and with great ease and enthusiasm. Watching the evolution of the work was exciting, and has really solidified our identity as a young startup.
Communication was top notch (and of course, so was the work!) and we very much look forward to working with her again.
- RE3VOLUTION DESIGNS™
Most creative design of all those who contributed. Very responsive and helpful on edits needed. Thank you!
Having worked with Septian before, I am now a delighted repeat customer. Great work once again!
- Georg Fasching
Fantastic! Chip thoroughly reviewed the brief and was able to perfectly match our design goals with original, compelling creative. We're excited to launch our brand with Chip's winning design!
How Zachery.bryan started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Lost Lane Entertainment
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a production company making TV, Film & Commercials. We will target all audiences.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
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
Something about the forrest and being LOST...
Vertical lines for the L's in Lost and Lane. The words grow out from behind the lines. Very simple. Will look great in motion and as a still logo.
This would be a circular maze effect, more like the pic on the left, with Lost Lane Entertainment maybe wrapping around the lower outside of the circle/maze. Could be strong.
Blocky font. Lost on top, Lane on the bottom.
In a way the words form a "box" and the lines in between the letters could almost form lanes or roads or paths. Perhaps this could be an overhead view of a city, looking down on buildings. If it were a moving image we could move into it. Into the darkness.
Is a simple idea more about the font - block letters - four on top and four on the bottom.
One the bottom half of the image there could be something that symbolizes a lane or road or path, like a dirt road leading into the trees, something mysterious - like the forest graphic you found.
We chose LOST LANE because my partner and I both had streets near us growing up entitled Lost Lane. But we also believe that making a film or show is a journey that you get lost in. So there's a sense of mystery in the name itself.