Really great to work with. Everyone loves his art!
This is the second time we've used this designer and we've been extremely satisfied both times. He's quick, talented and very flexible with changes and tweaks to designs. We will definitely be working with him for additional projects in the future.
- T R A X ™
Thanks! From the first design, you captured what I described in the brief, and it was easy to polish it from there. I really like the finished product!
Karla is the EASIEST to work with. She always takes feedback and executes accordingly in a quick and friendly manner.
Great design work, responds fast and has amazing attention to detail. I highly recommend!
- Very easy to work with
- Understood and interpreted the brief
- Communication was excellent
- The final illustrations were exactly what I was hoping for
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We are creating a mascot logo for a funny t-shirt clothing brand. Needs to depict hip and cheeky/fun. "Twisted Gorilla" is the name of the company.
Target audience: Millennials (male and female)
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I like the simplicity of this design and the circle backdrop.
I'd like for the melting banana to look as close to this as possible without the puddle at the bottom.
I like his friendly and somewhat smug face.
I thought this color scheme looked cool
I am envisioning a friendly, hip gorilla mascot logo with a smug or cheeky expression and a font that matches . A melting banana that is dripping is also a part of the logo in some way (preferably in his hand). I'd like to use this banana as a secondary logo. I was picturing the character to be shown from the waist up and would be in front of a colored circle background with the gorilla leaning on the font below perhaps. The company name should not be on the gorilla or banana. I prefer his hair be more smooth than wild since it tends to end up looking like Bigfoot from what I have seen online, and for his head shape to look like a real gorilla.
I played with the following four colors (#FE0464, #FED631, #16252E, #7F7F7F) but am open to other color schemes too, as long as the banana stays yellow. I used the first (hot pink) for the colored circle background, the second (yellow) for the melting banana, and the last two (obsidian and gray) would be for the gorilla.
I am open to other suggestions as well. This is just what I put together on-the-fly and thought looked cool.
Thanks, I am looking forward to seeing what you come up with!