This designer was very fast with new ideas, creative and easy to work with. In our contest the competition was a close one and he managed to edge out some very talented people. I'm a very happy customer.
- RGB Designs
RGB nailed the design--really capturing the brief. Impressive!
Really great, I wanted a vector style simple logo and got what I wanted fast.
- infernal kiss
Love working with this designer! Highly recommend!
How Vigil started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
"Vigil Fighting System" or "VFS"
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Vigil Fighting System is a system of practical self defense. It's primary audience is civilian men and women between the ages of 30 and 50. A smaller subset of our market is military and law enforcement.
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Thank you for taking the time to work on this design.
I am open to all creative expressions of this logo and will check in often to provide feedback.
Please, DO NOT give me cheesy people kicking, asianesque lettering or any of the typical "karate school" graphics.
There are two elements blow you can incorporate creatively if you'd like. I don't have to have them and may well not choose a design that incorporates them. This is an interesting direction but please don't let them be a means to limit your personal creativity and taste.
1) Triangle(s). This triangle is used in many explanations of martial arts physiology. Triangles (usually three of them interlocking somehow) represent the symbol for strength. 2) Wings. I am a fan of wings - think avian predator, not faerie. Wings, to me, represent the ability to follow dreams. Wings and Triangles together represent the strength to follow dreams.