JosH.Creative has once again created a great design for our music school. Highly Recommended - Thank you Josh!
Best regards, Michael Reuter
Ian’s got a great design sense and got the logo almost dead on the first submission. Throughout the contest he has been very quick to feedback and extremely thorough.
Uno_1 did a really great job at adding a professional and super creative aspects to the design. Really quick response from him and always executed what was asked right away. Great experience all around
How Dan12345 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We make (ironically) lowbrow sorts of games, including "Barf and Beer", "Face Slapper", and "Avatar Planking". These games are so far for Xbox 360, Windows Phone, and Windows 8, although we may expand to other platforms. We aim to be kind of a "smartass" company - slightly offensive yet funny enough to appeal to most people.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I've uploaded a few concepts that I did myself - obviously I'm not an artist. Pay no attention to the "font" I drew, that's irrelevant. Anyway, for the logo I'm picturing the words "Highbrow Games" interwoven with a high-society guy's mustache and eyebrows. I think it would be really cool if the "w" in "highbrow" were the brows, and the "m" were part of the man's mustache. These are tough constraints of course, I don't know if it's possible to stretch out the letters such that they look like face hair. so I'm willing to give up on those if they're not possible or if sacrificing those constraints results in something way better.
It's fine if the design is ostentatious, because this is supposed to be ironic, and our company is a bit "edgy". Making the man on the logo look respectable is only a priority in the context of it being ironic.