This designer has some serious grit. Fast revisions. Very creative and talented
When I first started this contest, I had a specific idea of what I wanted our new logo to look like. Mazyo2x did exactly what I asked, then designed something on his own. Need-less-to-say, I hated my idea after I looked at what he designed. He worked with me everyday to fine tune his design until I was 100% satisfied. Mazyo2x was very patient, efficient and very professional. I would recommend anyone giving him a chance to design something for them. You won't be disappointed. I look forward to working with them on future projects.
Rodowaras was diligent in refinement of concept and was generous in providing a great number of versions with variety of color and font sizes.
Great job on my logo...
Thank you very much!!!
Great work. Easy to work with and did everything we wanted immediately. Highly professional.
Great work, rapid response to changes and very easy to work with
How RRI Publishing started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Elite NAPA Auto Care
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This group is a coalition of independent automotive repair shop owners, all of which are NAPA affiliates, who are looking to brand themselves as a group across the Kansas City Metro area as providers of superior service and repairs.
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
The included file titled "Elite Auto Care Logos.pdf" is a collection of examples that have already been rejected by the group, because they are generic and do not do a sufficient job of conveying the idea that these shops provide automotive repair (not tire or vehicle sales, etc.).
It's been determined that images such as engines, check engine lights, wrenches, etc, would be a better fit for the logo than things such as tires and car bodies if any symbolism were to be included in the design, but we are open to and might prefer more abstract logos or word marks.
Requirements include incorporation of the NAPA logo (see attached file) and the slogan "Locally owned. Nationally known."