Not only is his design talent superb, but Paul is a professional of the highest caliber. Patient and articulate, he works carefully and meticulously through your requirements to reach the perfect design. I have every confidence you will have a successful collaboration with Paul.
Designer was very responsive and patient.
- Fancy Bee
Excellent travail et très réactif
How matthewkellyny started their other design journey
Who are you known as?
Sunday Drivers NYGT
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Sunday Drivers is a boutique/niche classic car touring company based in Deer Park NY.
We offer mid week organized tours of picturesque north shore Long Island towns and scenic south shore beach roads.
We presently have a fleet of a dozen classic roadsters built between 1960 and 1974.
Target audience, although relying heavily on automotive nostalgia, reaches across boards to art, design, sculpture, cinema, just about anyone who likes sexy little cars!
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Sunday Drivers needs a simple logo to be used on business cards,letter head, and website, as well as something a bit more involved for print work.
For the logo, please see our favorite website "Petrolicious" as barometer of what we are thinking of. Of course with a different flair.
For print work would we would like an image. For this we are looking for an old racing poster imagery. Think lots of colors and evoking speed!
We would like one of the vehicles in our stable to be used for the logo imagery. Please research what these cars look like...
A lot of these cars have been in TV or movies.
Not the EXACT cars we own but the style.
For example, Dustin Hoffman drove a Duetto in The Graduate. In Butterfield 8 you can watch Liz Taylor get chased in and drive an Alpine off a cliff. In the TV series Maxwell Smart Don Adams drives both Sunbeam (early shows) and Opel GT (later shows)!
Before he became 007, Roger Moore drove an 1800 in the spy TV show The Saint. To name a few.
I have attached two pictures of the "style" for the imagery/posters we would like to use.