fairybrand did an excellent job on our image. Incredibly fast with the initial design and super responsive with the changes. Can't wait until our next project!
- yvette 4
he was very prompt and had great ideas !
Good experience, helpful designer and good result for the price.
- eM_Ka art
Minngu worked really hard on our company's behalf. He was a true professional who went above and beyond to deliver the best logo!
Great work. Very fast. Very responsive.
How Line&Length started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Line & Length
What’s your company slogan?
Great lines. Perfect length. Every time.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Line & Length is a creative communications collective that creates, gift wraps and presents the essence of our client's offer, services and brands to the heart of their target audiences desire... for kudos and cash.
Our process is distinguishable by our lighthearted approach to the heavy lifting of briefing, strategy and execution and the expertise, experience and tongue-in-cheek hilarity we bring to the overall consultative experience. We love it. (Did we mention the adulation and money?)
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Find attached our current logo. You'll notice the subtle nod towards the sport of cricket in the shape of the red ball that dots the 'i'. This is also where we get our name from, so hints of this can be brought into the logo if you like.
If you take a look at our website http://www.line-and-length.com, you will see that we bring high quality service and expertise to our clients, with our personalities and humour also playing a huge part in our unique approach.
We are looking for something that represents our approach to our clients and their communications and that visually will connect and appeal to our target audience. We would love this to be a logo that extends across our apparel and other touch points, so it should be more impactful, memorable and adaptable than our current iteration.