It was great working with Keener. Was able to quickly understand the client requests and make changes fast.
- Andi Lukfi
Andi was awesome and completely hit the mark on my logo design. He blew the other options out of the water. It was creative yet also professional which is exactly what I asked for.
How noelchar started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Perhaps we could change "Bankgok Wipeout" to say "Bangkok Wipeout Water Park"...but unsure if this makes sense.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are opening a small water park entertainment center, with the main focus/attraction being a set of tall and extreme water slides. The slides themselves are straight up/down (not circular, or spiral), with a very large pool landing zone. The slides can be used by both extreme/sport sliders, and family/kids. The entertainment center will also feature kids play zones, restaurant and bar, park areas, and a promenade and walking paths along a river. We are looking for a logo in the form of a seal logo (similar to the Starbucks logo, for example). We are open for artistic interpretation, but generally we are looking for a logo similar to the attachments, with the font for "Bangkok Wipeout" perhaps similar to the "Thai" font attachment. My first thought was to have a color scheme very similar to the "Craft" attachment.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
My first thought was to have the text "Bangkok Wipeout" wrap around on the outside (or within the external border) of the seal. For inside the logo, I am totally open for artistic interpretation. Perhaps a cartoonish-style slide in the background, with a larger image of a kid launched off the slide and in mid-air? Could we do this in the same style of white images used in the "Craft" attachment? Not too sure, looking for artistic samples.