Ardigo designed our logo and business cards a few months ago. We came back for the creation of a PDF in the same theme, and we love the result.
How Tyler55578 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Maddox Visual Productions
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Maddox Visual is a commercial Photography and Video production company. We work with Marketing firms and direct to business's and provide everything that a business needs to market they're product visually. We work with a wide range of companies from non-profits to motorcycle industry, electronics, and outdoor gear companies. We are based in Oregon and consider ourselves to have a northwest feel and lifestyle. We have a very high-tech studio with robotic cameras and a cycwall, but we are located in the country on 50 acres, just 15 minutes from town. It's our own mini skywalker ranch or artists retreat. We are nestled in the mountains among trees and pasture land. It's quite unique and we like promoting it. This is why we have always used mountain logos in the past.
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
As I mentioned above, I really gravitate towards mountain logos and it fits our business. I will be turning this logo into a 3d element that I can animate in a 3d program. The design doesn't necessarily have to have the 3d elements (like extrusions) as I can add them in a 3d program. I like the idea of having foreground, subject and background elements that I can separate and animate separately for a motion graphic intro on our videos. My thoughts were the mountain being a background element with some foreground trees? I'm not married to this, but that was one idea. I've added notes to my example logos that should narrow things down significantly.