Ammar nailed our fairly specific brief and delivered a fantastic final design that we love. Easy to deal with and a great ability to refine designs based on feedback. Can recommend!
I had a re-brand of a logo successfully completed by Dennylius, he did many great designs & I felt that he understood the brief the first time & every change requested to the design was done promptly & spot on.
Great designer that I would recommend.
One of the best artists on 99d! Drawdrainer quickly responded to messages and comments on multiple pieces of work, even while being on the other side of the world. We hand picked Drawdrainer for this project... and we will most certainly be using him again.
- Eric Perez~
Designer was responsive and had great communication. Paid attention to what I was asking for and executed even the smallest details. Great designs too!
will definitely work with you again.
- Bag Design
Excellent job and actually created the design themselves and did not just copy and paste a generic design from a stock photo site.
How argie.asado started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our Argentine Asado (flame and charcoal grilling / cooking) business needs a distinctive new logo to re-brand and launch a digital online presence across website, social media etc.
What is an Asado?
Huge herds of wild cattle and sheep roamed much of the pampa regions of Argentina until the mid-nineteenth century. Inhabitants of the Río de la Plata, especially the equestrian gaucho, developed a tradition and fondness for meat, especially asado, which is roasted beef or lamb or goat. The meat, often a side of ribs or a whole lamb or goat and even suckling pig, is skewered on a metal frame called an asador and is roasted by placing it next to a slow-burning fire. The asado take many hours to prepare and cook. It’s a spectacle of grand proportions and a social gathering for all around the fire and shared tables.
Target audience - Australia:
People who appreciate wine and food (especially meat) and are prepared to pay for a unique food experience. (Eg. Tasting Australia events, corporate functions, winery events, weddings, private parties etc.)
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
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
Love the incorporation of the fiery knife.
Like the use of burning log. Clever use of gaucho hat/moustache.
Distinctive gaucho silhouette.
Great gaucho silhouette.
Amazing font and colour. This is the perfect example of modern 'fileteado' font style.
Good use of traditional font and gaucho.
Love the knife and fork crossover icon.
Key elements / Thematics:
• Must include name (Argie Asado)
• Ideally reference to fire, coals, knives etc. (see examples above)
• Potential to incorporate a Gaucho silhouette (black silhouette with beret and red neck scarf)
• DO NOT use asador (metal cross) or animals/raw meat
Modern interpretation of the traditional Spanish ‘fileteado’ style (see references)