Very fast working. We had a good communication throughout the whole process. Highly recommended
We are very pleased with our new logo. The designer was easy to work with and made changes very quickly.
Awesome designer to work with. Very accommodating, super quick and responsive. Amazing creativity. Thank You! We love our design.
How dustinrG started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
AR Build Junkie
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
"News, reviews, deals and more for builders and shooters dedicated to the AR Platform." We produce content related to the AR weapons platform. We will be doing reviews, listicals, featured deals, rumors, etc about the AR platform. Our target is gunsmiths and hobby builders who are mostly male 21-45 years of age.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
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
Love the typography, proportions and inclusion of a symbolic element showing what they do.
Fairly good balance between the word mark and the brand mark.
Incorporates a character and the aesthetic is cohesive. I'm not a fan of the character itself but it all works together.
Kind of generic looking
Very well done logo. A little more on the grunge / edgy side than what we're looking for but it is very close and the brand mark looks great.
This is nice but also a little generic
I like that it is geometric in nature
All of the elements work very well together. It is not overly simplified, plenty going on with it and that makes it interesting.
You may incorporate some commonly used AR15 parts into the logo. These parts include armorer's wrenches, BCGs, Barrels, Upper Receivers and Lower Receivers, free float handguards. I have uploaded an image showing all of the parts that make up an AR-15. They do not all need to be included and some of the logos may be better without any of the parts, but this way you know what parts there are. I also attached a photo of an armorer's wrench which is an important tool for AR builders. You may like to incorporate that.