Outstanding work! Very good at understanding my ideas and direction. Top-notch design!
Awesome Job as per usual … Labels are On Point
- The Urban Gent
This design met the brief very well and conveyed the modern look we were seeking. The designer provided a number of variations to help us to decide on the final logo and responded quickly to requests for amendments.
great designs and responsive designer
- A.J. Caro
How jcclark started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Elegance, Strength, Heritage
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Custom handcrafted furniture and woodwork utilizing traditional joinery designed to last for generations. We sell our products to individuals, couples or businesses looking to increase the quality of life or visual appeal within their home or place of business.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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 like the effort put into creating a unique font for this logo.
I like the art work that went into the logo. I think it tells the story of the company.
I like how the art plays off the name of the company.
I love the dagger and wings motif. I think there is room to explore replacing the dagger with a woodworking chisel and wreath to branches. In other words making it woodworking related.
Matt Cremona's design incorporates the look of dovetail joinery into his initials. Good example of connecting fine furniture making with his logo.
I love how this design blends the hand plane with his business name.
Custom Unique design that incorporates woodworking tools.
I picked "journey crafted" to emphasize that true craftsmanship is developed out of the struggle and tenacity of success and failure. That the product of this effort is enduring and steadfast. And that the road is as enjoyable as the destination. I like good storytelling through symbol. I will be very interested in a design that helps communicate these themes. I also love timber frame architecture, otters, and rivers. I have uploaded a number of pictures showing the tools and joinery (how wood can be put together to form joints) that I like the use. The Roubo bench was designed in the 1700s and is still used today. There are some timber-frame houses built in medieval Europe that are still standing. Timber-framing architecture and the Roubo bench both represent the timeless heritage of fine woodworking and craftsmanship to me.