Fantastic design. He gave the text a rounded design giving it a 3 D effect which looks really sharp.
c3nk was engaged throughout the process, gave us really good options to choose from, and their creativity stood out!
- Abraham Art
You took our idea and made it come to life, thank you! It is perfect :) Keep up the awesome work, you are super talented!
- Ants on a Melon
- Mat W
Mat was great to work with and fulfilled all of our requests.
One word best describe Lebotomy---EXCELLENT!
How mdurbin started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
SlashMachine is a marketing engine with built-in event ticketing primarily targeted at haunted attractions (think haunted houses). SlashMachine empowers haunted attraction owner/operators with a marketing machine that offers continuous, interactive marketing processes that promote their event and build their year-over-year fanbase. The name “SlashMachine” hearkens to both to the “Slasher” genre of horror, as well as the idea of a marketing machine that works continuously on the owner’s behalf. The haunted attraction industry is a hard-core subculture, and so the logo needs to reflect that edgy, dark persona.The haunted house attendee audience skews male, as does the base of owner/operators, so a masculine viewpoint should be factored into design considerations.
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
We are looking for a logo that will translate well across digital and print mediums, favors a somewhat vintage, but clean-edged style, and come in at least a couple of different layouts (condensed, icon/emblem-type layout as well as more extended horizontal layouts). Some suggested elements that might be used are gears (referencing the idea of a machine), buzz saws (slasher genre) and/or skulls (self-explanatory). I've included a sample logo that, while not AT ALL the look and feel we are after, may be an idea for a layout - use a round, emblem style with a buzz saw edge on top and a gear edge on the bottom. It's just a suggestion, though - we don't want to inhibit the designer's creativity. We want a nice, vintage feel with clean lines and "dark" emotional elements - beyond that, we are open to the designer's concepts.