We are very happy with the creativity and life that Warnaihari has given to our brand with our new logo design. We had a vision and were not too sure where it would bring us but Warnaihari led the way and guided us. Very patient and responsive to every concern, question, or direction we had. You're work is very much appreciated, Thank you!
- · Alex ·
solid work done
Great design and Communication - perfect - Thank you Tonny!
- Systematic Chaos
Great creativity. Really captured my vision.
Fast turnaround. Understood our ideas quickly.
Loved the colors right off the bat. This designer is very responsive and fast. Had a great time working on this.
How acombs started their logo & brand identity pack journey
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Northwest Carpenters Institute of Washington
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The Northwest Carpenters Institute of Washington is recognized as the preeminent carpentry education institution in the Pacific Northwest. Our excellence in construction, leadership, and personal skills development assures our members a pathway to a fulfilling career, and provides our contractors with a competitive and productive workforce.
We are carpenters. Each of us at NWCI brings the skills and expertise of an accomplished professional. Working with our hands, we see the results of our work in the buildings and structures all around us—and we love it! We love seeing others discover that same joy of building. We know that carpentry sets the foundation of our communities. We also know that carpentry is community.
We make carpenters. NWCI turns out the best construction craftsmen in the field because we’ve honed the best apprenticeship program in the Pacific Northwest. Led by seasoned master tradespeople, NWCI also offers journeyman carpenters the chance to grow their skills and learn new techniques and technologies.
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