Talented designer with a solid eye and understanding of brand personality and color schemes. Clean, modern and dynamic.
Did what I asked for in the revision process. Nice design work
Awesome work, very good to deal with and communicated very quickly
Loved it. Very responsive artist who was easy to work with
I don't think this happens often but the winner ended up being one of the first designs submitted. We knew right away that it was a great logo for our business. We liked the clean lines and the eye catching coordination of the design. We loved that the name of our restaurant popped. This design is versatile and ageless. The designer was good to work with and was quick to make the changes we requested. The designer was also willing to try some variations and didn't complain when we didn't keep them. All in all, a good experience with this designer.
How Pelvis1.stef started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Ristorante Di Menna
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are family owned and offer fine dinning experiences in a traditional/rustic Italian ambiance since 1971. We cater mostly to middle and high income clients, in the 40-65 age group but would like to rejuvenate our brand image without alienating our core clientele. We are located in an ethnic Italian neighborhood thus many of our customers are of Italian descent.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
1. The new logo has to offer continuity thus include ideally the 2 distinctive elements of the old logo (or variations of the 2 elements): the mustache and chef’s hat.
2. The name of the restaurant has to be included: Ristorante Di Menna
3. A design element showcasing our long history needs to be integrated as well. E.g: since 1971
4. We are looking for a simple, memorable and versatile logo that can be adapted to several mediums of communications
5. Given our long history, the transition to a modern looking vintage/retro logo could be appropriate. This is only a suggestion and the designer should not feel constrained in designing only vintage logos.