Easy to work with. Very creative and professional. Sedow, Thank you!
After having the pleasure of working with humbl once and being amazed by the creative work and thoughtful/prompt communication I was excited to have the chance to bring another idea to humbl. As I expected, I was amazed. I provided humbl with some scratchy pen marks I called an example and I was returned with an exquisite and stunning representation of my idea. humbl is truly talented!
He did exactly what i was looking for. Very easy to deal with
Great ideas and very easy to work with.
How boltsrightup started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
none, looking for a icon image to represent but can have name
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Company name is "Bolts Right Up". We rebuilt old classic Chevrolet pick up trucks specifically 1947 thru 1959. Its a small shop, family and friends building, not very commercial. We take old rusty trucks from Texas, collect them in the yard and they rebuild them so they look brand new. The restorations are not to original, they are a resto-mod meaning they look original from a glance but they are all modern tech under the hood. http://www.boltsrightup.com
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
Currently we do not have any specific ideas on what we exactly want, really excited to see what you can come up with. We toyed with the idea of a simple logo with a giant bolt and nut, possibly different angles, one on top of the other or them bolted together. You can incorporate the full name if you want to, doesn't have to, doesn't matter. You can also use the acronym BRU in the logo too, we did have an idea if you took the B R U letters and put them tight to each other and had a bolt through them almost squeezing the letters. Ideally we are not not looking for something complicated because we want to have either the positive or the negative of the image cut out of thin flat steel to use as icon on the truck, the frame or even painted old fashion style on the doors.