Great unconventional and creative ideas and a good eye for recognizable symbols. Thanks for working with us on this.
Artlines came up with a great initial design that stood out from the others to us, and then patiently made a series of changes as we iterated it through to our new perfect logo! Would work with again on future projects. Thanks again
Enthusiastic and kind artist, dedicated to working thoroughly. Thank you so much!
- tasya tusk
Great designer and very easy to work with! Excellent and fast communication. Will work with again!
How ztwbiker started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Art Of Music Production, AOMP
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We're an online music production school and community. We offer content and trainings to underground electronic music producers. Target market is electronic music enthusiasts that want to learn production.
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
I don't like the arc'd text or the color yellow.
Appeal to organic nature, simple
Appeal to youth, playfulness
Appeal to organic nature
I like the simplicity of this design.
I like the simplicity, playfulness, and quirky appeal to youth.
I like the lettering
Thanks in advance for submitting any designs. All work is very appreciated.
I came up with an idea I like and I have added a sketch as an attachment. Please be creative in what you come up with. This is a logo for an online electronic music school and community. I’d like it to incorporate the letters AOMP, the company name, Art Of Music Production, and production studio elements. Bold and playful looks are preferred as I will use this on all my social media and promotional branding.
Feel free to use images of studio elements such as:
Studio Monitors (Speakers)
In the sketch attached, I like the top sketch the most. The A and O are inside a speaker as the tweeter and woofer. The M appears like a drum/midi pad or something else you'd see in a studio - I haven't fully realized this part so open to ideas. The P can be drawn as a guitar or banjo. The other two sketches are drawings of synthesizers and speakers.