Fantastic designer, easy to work with and has some excellent original ideas. Very prompt response to all my requests with regards to changing the design.
- R E Ka
Once we started comparing and making adjustments/revisions, he was very timely and did a great job. He was a pleasure to work with and I would recommend him to others.
BTmont was great to work with and I am very happy with my design.
How Brian Turk started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Dancing Tree Furniture Company
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a small manufacturer of stylish, high quality furniture that is sustainably produced. Our pieces are unique and fresh (we hope), and we show our pieces in local galleries and sell in specialty retail stores to a high-end clientele. Our ideal customer considers our product "functional art". Our designs are simple, with subtle curves, We need a logo to portray this clean, simple, and understated style.
Part of our mission is reforestation. We use wood products, and we feel that to do so responsibly, we should put back what we have used. The image part of the logo could be an abstract of a full grown tree, OR some way of depicting a young tree, or planting of a tree, in the abstract. Don't get hung up on the "dancing" aspect for the image, think of that as just the name. The idea behind it is that trees like us so much that they dance, but that is a little much to put in a logo image, it will be done with the tag line. Thanks!
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Some samples of our furniture are at: facebook.com/dancingtreefurniture