Absolutely top notch. Came into the contest early with great designs and worked with me all the way through. Was very patient in providing revisions asked (I am indecisive!). Really understood what I was looking for from my brief. Great work!
We loved that it popped out. Thanks for all the changes you were willing to do for us!
Saingacir was 100% a pleasure to work with. He was always willing to submit any design revisions very quickly, tried out many different color variations, and had great suggestions to make. After he was awarded the contest he got me all the files I requested withing 30 minutes and was very helpful! Will definitely be seeking him out for further work.
A pleasure using 99designs again!
How eric.nelson720 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Can-Can Duck Club
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The organization is a waterfowl conservation organization. Its primary focus is California upland ducks like mallard, teal, wood duck, spring, and Eurasian widgeon. Any of those birds would be great to explore for logo options. We’d like something modern, but classic that pays homage to the natural beauty of the bird, but is more of a graphic design interpretation than real-life sketch.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Monochromatic with logo in various color options that stay true to earthier tones: blues, greens, browns, etc.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Simplicity. The font is too modern, but it’s clean and simple. Would look good printed.
Modern logo with a classic-looking font.
Likeness to a specific bird, which is what we’d imagine the logo to do. Clean design also.
Simple, modern but classic font face.
Simple, clean design would look good on print or merchandise.
I really like how some of these play around with geometry, but stay true to the look of the animal. Also the patch would look good online and on merchandise.
There are a few designs centered around mallard ducks that I’ve seen that could be a good starting point. We'd like to modernize the design while staying true to classic roots. Would love to see designs that play with whitespace and somehow incorporate the founders initials, "DB". The organization has a majority of male members, but strong female representation too. Something that is gender neutral. The idea is this logo will be used for non-commercial branding and merchandise for internal member use only. Hats, pullovers/quarter zips, glassware, shirts etc. the design should work for both a monochromatic and colored version. Attached are a few photos of various waterfowl (ducks) that the organization is centered around.