Smeg has been fantastic to work with. His concepts are innovative, smart, and aesthetic, and he is receptive to critique and suggestion. I couldn't be more pleased with the finished logo and how thoughtful, receptive, and creative Smeg has been throughout the process.
- Bone Structure
Awesome, thanks again Derek!
How Dave 3149 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We distribute glass hardware to the pool fencing (posts), balustrading, showerscreen (hinges/knobs), shop front (pivot and sliding doors), curtain wall market(spider fittings). We also process and paint glass to support the hardware incl kitchen splashbacks. Our target audience is the Australian installer.
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
Please google frameless glass under images to get a feel of our products. Also look at our existing website http://www.fethers.com
We would like to see a transition logo that still includes the Fethers name, which we could remove over the next two years, we need to have a transition from the old logo and the value of such.
The descriptives for our products in this market are clean, clear, sophisticated, luxury, quality.
Although we are looking at FGS (Frameless glass systems) we are open to more left field solutions.
Please look at the shape of our existing business card in the PDF, this represents the cut out in the glass for piece of glass hardware. This could be used in some of your ideas and suggestions.
I have added additional photos of iconic hardware and glass cut outs that are known within our industry. The hardware is typically chrome or stainless. This could be used as a symbol within the logo or could be used wherever you feel possible.