MUS submitted unique and interesting designs to our contest. The creativity and understanding of our vision was fantastic. MUS was receptive to feedback and delivered a great product.
- Isaac Sifontes
I absolutely LOVED working with Isaac! He was so quick to respond and attentive to details. Every design he submitted was better than the other. He created different styles and adapted perfectly to my needs. If I have to create a logo again, I will definitely use 99designs and watch out for Isaac's submissions!
- Nox Fox
Nox design hit everything we didn't/couldn't think of. We are very pleased with the design!
How toneharper started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Balls Deep Inn, Hakuba
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Balls Deep Inn is 4 self contained villas in Hakuba, Japan. Although they are available to rent all year around, the focus is the winter (snow) season. Hakuba receives lots of deep powder snow each year and our customers are drawn there to ski and snowboard in a beautiful environment. The villas are mostly used by families looking for adventure, with the main purchasers being in their 40s and 50s, but keen to go hard in the snow.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Travel & Hotel
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
The nearest ski field to our villas is Hakuba Goryo. Mount Goryu-dake has a very distinctive diamond pattern on it's peak (I have included an attached image.) I'd love to see that natural feature incorporated into the design. The website of our villas is http://www.ballsdeepinnhakuba.jp . As you can tell from the name, we're a little cheeky and out there so nothing too austere, and definitely lean on the fun, experience side..
I'm a fan of Helvetica Bold as a font. I don't like any attempt at Japanese style fonts
I have also attached a logo of a near 'rival' business of ours The Phat House, which I rate pretty highly. The hakuba valley official site might give some inspiration http://www.hakubavalley.com/en/ ... thanks, Tony