Fast and flexible down the stretch of final design. Applied our vision and followed instructions to a T. Very happy with our final product.
Communication was fast and they did a great job implementing thoughts and suggestions.
Great Designer and work professionally. You deserve more than 5 Stars. Thank You.
vraione was extremely responsive to our requests throughout the entire process, and incorporated our thoughts and ideas directly into the design with their own take and flair ... thank you for all your hard work!!! This is our 3rd design we've used 99designs for, and we love them all!!!
Vitezovi did an excellent job! We are very excited about this logo.
rocked it and quick to fix and or change anything i wanted!!!
How zachmm started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Division Street Landscaping
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Division Street Landscaping serves the gardening and landscaping needs of the city of Baltimore. The founder is a master gardener and garden designer, who pays close attention to detail. He possesses a strong command of plant biology, as well as aesthetic vision on landscaping and gardening projects.
Division Street Landscaping also works with the City of Baltimore to maintain public green spaces.
The target audience is anybody in need of expert level landscaping services in the Maryland areas.
Division Street Landscaping is also a socially conscious company that was founded by and employs people who are in need of second chances due to a criminal background - it offers opportunities for those who are trying to turn their lives around after past mistakes.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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
Tree designs, if present, should be elegant and impart a feeling of stability, wisdom, gravitas etc. - not playful, young. Similar to high quality bonsai forms - but please do not make the design Japanese/Asiatic in feel.
The Maryland State tree is the White Oak (Quercus Alba), if that helps with any inspiration.