Great to work with and delivered exactly what we wanted!
Excellent understanding of the artwork that needed to be created.
One hell of a designer! Can't think of any other word than "AWESOME!"
We had a great experience working with Kazumadesigns....The designer suggested many creative ideas based on our criteria...then we commented...the great thing was that the designer listened to all our comments/remarks and produce some other designs which would reflect what we wanted, but still bringing on his creative ideas...shapes/colours/contrasts...finally, we knew that this was what we wanted....a blend of our vision together with the unique creativity of the designer...Hats off...really You are Great...
- eugen ed
We love the bold, simple, and modern design. The mark is distinct and highly visible, and very versatile across different mediums and channels. Great work!
How 3DGroup started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
ThumperBay, thumperbay, THUMPERBAY - don't be afraid to play with case combinations
What’s your company slogan?
I'm open to ideas on this, don't have anything in mind for it right now.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We sell used motorcycle parts. We are a bit specialized in that we only sell 'Thumper' parts. Thumper is a term used to describe a single cylinder 4 stroke engine. These are mostly used in offroad applications and that is what we are about. So even though we sell from all the major manufactures of bikes, we only deal in their offroad, and dualsport lines. Our audience is going to be mostly male, but has a very wide age range. Example website forums that my target audience would frequent are http://www.advrider.com and http://thumpertalk.com. Our audience will be searching on manufacturer part numbers and looking to save money by purchased used parts as opposed to new. There may also be instances where the manufacturer no longer makes a part, and the only way to find it is to look on the internet for a used one.
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
You can see my existing logo and color scheme here http://thumperbay.com/index.php (site is very early 'under construction') - these are what I've come up with on my own and I'm not really happy with either. The logo is 'ok' but the color scheme in the logo, and on the website is really not conveying the 'outdoors' feel I am looking for. Also, I like business cards and t-shirts where a portion of the logo can be used blown up oversize and semi-transparent kind of falling off the business card, or in the case of a t-shirt wrapped around one side and falling off the bottom if that makes sense.