We are extremely pleased with marcial-arts designs. He nailed our concept, and created very iconic mascot for our new service. We look forward to working with him more in the future.
My designer was top notch. Excellent creativity, execution and was happy to make the changes I requested.
Unique design and great to work with
How BiggerSlice started their illustration or graphics journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
APE Privacy (Anonymous Phone & Email), helps people maintain their privacy by anonymizing personal contact information (email and phone number), by providing them with temporary accounts that forward to their own phone and email. It's quick, easy and inexpensive (just $5/month), and you can close your account at any time. There are many examples of when this service would be useful; for instance: online dating, meeting someone at a bar/club, obtaining comparison quotes online (car insurance, moving quotes, etc.); the list goes on and on. When you no longer wish to be contacted by a company, or person, you can close your account and they can never contact you again. You'll never have to change your phone number or email address again!
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
The logo/character that we envision representing the company is a large, protective ape (or gorilla). We are thinking "bouncer, bodyguard, security guard," etc. He should appear to be strong and intimidating, but not frightening.
Clothing is optional, and he could have some type of security hat/helmet or badge. As far as his stance, he should be shown turned slightly to the side, not straight on. Perhaps with his arms crossed? The idea is for him to give the impression that "nothing is getting past me."
MailChimp and SilverBackApp both have characters that are similar to what we're going for - a very professional, modern look to represent our company.
Additional samples of mascot design styles we're shooting for: