Amazing work and super easy to work with. All changes were done quickly.
- Diin $$D
I am very happy with my new Logo. He understood what I want and implemented it. Thanks alot.
Thank you for creating another great design in a short span of time.
Everything was great I think this process is awesome!! I hope to work with you again you did a great Job!
- yolanda santosa
Yolanda produced a great design, which really matched the style I was looking for. The work was done very promptly and alternative designs were provided for my consideration.
- info gGP
Gave us a very original design. Went the extra mile. Great to work with.
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CrossFit Gym in a small rural town in East Nashville. Our overriding passion and objective for this facility is to provide members the foundations for proper movement patterns and nutrition, as well as a venue that is faith-centered and family friendly. It is our commitment to coach with passion, expertise, and patience. I think it's important to have that masculine feel, but the gym also has to give off a family friendly mojo. We want full spectrum fitness: kids, ordinary people, badass athletes, middle aged moms and dads, and seniors.
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This gym opened in September and I've come on board in the last month and have taken on the CMO role as well as establishing a kids, women, and seniors program. The two owners had developed a logo but I feel it's too masculine and geared towards a rugged guy wanting to look like something out of a Spartan movie. While we need to keep certain aspects of the logo that I described below (I think it's incredibly complicated), I definitely think there is a better way to put it all together into a logo. Please, I'm begging you. Not to pull the girl card here, but we have to come up with something cooler and less "300" while not losing sight of their important aspects. While I realize a shield is on the more masculine-side and I think it's important to have that masculine feel, but the gym also has to give off a family friendly mojo. We want full spectrum fitness: kids, ordinary people, badass athletes, middle aged moms and dads, and seniors. Shoot to have the shield layout in there somehow if we can. Sorry in advance if that is all super complicated... but hey, I believe in you guys! Just get me something better than this!
The logo is a shield known as a Hoplon. It was used by the ancient Greeks and its primary purpose was to protect not only its user but the man on the the users left side. Therefore it was incredibly symbolic as it was their very symbol of collective purpose and effort. The Lambda (the upside down V) was the symbol of the Ancient Spartans as their home country was Lakedaimonia. We have borrowed the Lambda though to represent Lebanon. The shield and the Lambda signify our dedication to the community of Lebanon and our desire to help better the lives of the members of the community that we live and work in. The three stars signify the Tennessee flag and we chose to put them on the shield to draw attention to the fact that Tennessee is home and home is worth our defending. The cracks in the shield represent the military service of the gym owners in defense of our Country.