We are thrilled with our new logo! Thank you so much for your speedy turnaround and creativity!
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- Theresa Botha
Great job! It was a creative design, and she was fantastic about incorporating feedback.
How JimmyBill started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Shipyard, Port Richmond
What’s your company slogan?
no. title is Shipyard (the project name) and subtitle is Port Richmond (the town where it is located)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
selling new construction real estate residential (homes)
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Other color requirements
reference the colors in the project's architectural rendering
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
nice font and logo balance
very good use of color
my graphic logo can be similar to this - boxy & simple
i wouldn't use this cursive font but it just looks cool!
nice font and like the simple graphic
the plane is rendered in a similar graphic style as the boat i envision
dont like the font but LOVE the color and the graphic above
like the different weighted fonts work together.
this graphic logo is GREAT. good angle, good shading and colors. i hope the boat graphic for me looks like this!!
we are selling five newly built homes in a cool, hip and industrial area of Philadelphia. the location is near the waterfront, so the project's concept is nautical, suggesting it is like a boat (industrial, like a cargo ship) with stacked shipping containers on top. this concept is informing our architectural design and interiors.
The project is entitled "The Shipyard" and underneath should say "Port Richmond" which is the name of the town where the project is located. There should be a corresponding graphic logo that looks a little like the cartoon picture of a boat with the colored boxes. I'd like to use the colors similar to what is shown in the architectural rendering. The graphic should be simple and clean, more of an interpretive symbol or 'logo' rather than a literal interpretation of what we're building.
I am providing a handful of referenced images that i pulled from online, which each use nautical themes and fonts. some have nice naval graphics or symbols of their own. also i have shared a few images of the concept itself - a cargo ship stacked with shipping containers.
NOTE THE PROJECT ARCHITECTURAL RENDERING IS ACTUALLY WHAT WE ARE BUILDING. AND THE ARCHITECTURAL SKETCH IS THE DESIGN CONCEPT WE LIKED.