Great job. Very responsive to our feedback and change requests.
Fantastic job! It was a pleasure working with you!
Nuglio is a fantastic designer. He quickly rose to the top with his designs in a large contest with over 145 submissions. His designs were very clean, strong, and perfect for my brand. He was very flexible and submitted every file I asked for. I would definitely hire Nuglio again and will work with him going forward!
Anang was one of the first to submit a design and I knew that he had clearly read my brief and was quite close right from the start.
With only a few small tweaks before being finalised, I am really happy with my new logo and look forward to starting to get it out there and noticed.
SATURA was very competent and quick with revisions. He worked with me closely until I got exactly what I was looking for. Very high quality and satisfying to work with.
- Yeah Buoy, LLC
Excellent graphic designer!
How Iam781228 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Fight For The Forgotten
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
A start up non-profit organization by pro MMA (UFC) fighter Justin "The Viking" Wren. It is an organization that has a heart for the Mbuti Pygmy people of eastern Congo. To many they are known as "The Forest People" but they are known to themselves as "The Forgotten People." Justin has seen 120 Mbuti Pygmy, human slaves (men, women, and children) set FREE over the last 2 years. In Sept 2013 he launches to Congo for a full year to hopefully see 1,000 people freedom from modern day slavery.The goal of the organization is to peacefully negotiate the freedom of the Pygmies from their "slavemasters" and then to develop ways of sustainability among the tribe with farming crops, tilapia ponds, chicken coops all while perserving their culture. The goal is to love the unloved, to give hope to the "hopeless" and to fight for those who feel forgotten. This project has already been seen on media outlets such as The Today Show, Jimmy Kimmel, Sports Illustrated, TMZ and many other sources. To see Justin in action youtube search "Great White Sasquatch" for the video that has over 1.2 million views.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
This is for a great cause, it's dangerous, but lives are worth fighting for. No one should be a slave. To find out more about this here are some links.