She was very helpful, patient and did a great job! I can not think her enough.
How Launch Gateway started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
McGoran & Co.
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We sell classy, sophisticated, old world with modern edge, mid to high end designer hat brand company (plus accessories) that will be unisex, for men and women, selling online retail, and wholesale to clothing and hat stores. First of all, even though i have provided images, I am open to classy suggestions and ideas. Looking for a luxury, royal, high end, designer,/boutique branding style where old world meets modern trending hat line and accessories logo that can be used for multi purpose use for our new brand, and use as logo and brand to be recognized, hopefully internationally. I would like this to be something i can use to stamp inside a hat, or use on a tag, and even possibly use a part of it to make a pin, etc. It would be great if it was designed to be unique to this brand, even though the use of lions is common. I would like it to be instantly recognizable. This should look amazing in large (die in hat liner), or small (on a tag, etc).
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
possibly doing it all in old gold font? Open to suggestions
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The inspiration is from our McGoran family crest. We want to incorporate an old world, royal, regal, logo, including a old world royal, fearless valiant lion that does not back down lion that symbolizes leadership, fearlessness, wise, (but not scary) as part of the logo. For the Lion, would like a nice big powerful mane on him, especially around his head. Would also prefer no wings on the lion. I do like the idea of a regal crown. Background for the wording "Serviendo Guberno: translates to "I Govern by serving" or "In Serving I rule" (in Latin/Gaelic).