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How nicodragonimotociclette started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Nico Dragoni Motociclette
What’s your company slogan?
Bring back the classics
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
A very passionate craftman that builds custom motorcycles (cafe racer, scrambler, chopper, resto-mod, bobber) on commission. We usually start the project from zero trying to achieve the best design for every single different motorcycle. We are specialized also in old bikes restoration. We love classics cars too and the whole vintage culture. The workshop has been established in 2013.
Our customers appreciate handmade parts and love stock motorcycles and customs too, their education is above the average and they usually are 30-50 years old.
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
I like the semplicity, even if maybe is too much simple. I like the words "bake shop" included in the tool
I like the "vintage effect", the hand is too much detailed
i like the est. date, the initials are nice too
The vintage bike is very good, but also the colors and the words around the bycicle.
The drawing is pretty and stylized. i like the overall effect
I like this vintage color and the words around the drawing. The drawing is too much detailed
I like the curve lines, but too much "embroidered".
I like the vintage effect, I don't like the font. And the car is nice because it's not too much detailed
too much "black and white", maybe too simple, but we like the layout.
I like the classic car, maybe the layout is too much commercial and "coarse"
too much country-style, I don't like the same color in the entire logo.
Our priority is to include the original logo (attached), some light modification are allowed.
We prefer a clean design and the logo may include a motorcycle (no cafe racer, only classic stock bike) a hammer and/or a pipe wrench or tig torch. I like thin lines, No racing, no aggressive, but elegant and classic.
Think outside the box and let your creativity work!