A wonderful designer with a delightfully quirky style. Invariably her work makes me smile. We'll definitely be calling on aran&xa for more work in the future!
- Cacay & Cocoy
We worked with this designer to help redesign our outdated logos as part of one of the contests. She was very responsive to our design ideas and was not afraid to give us alternate ideas. We will work with this designer for our future needs in this realm when ever possible.
Great communication, Great To Work With!
CreativeMania ALWAYS delivers professional quality in an extremely timely manner! Very easy to work with! We have done a few projects with this creator and will do many many more. Thank you again for your patience and attention to detail CreativeMania! See you again very soon.
- Simon “VK” Ang
How benjaminblondeau started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
DBCC (stands for David Blondeau Consultant Capillaire)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I provide advice and services for people (nem/women) with hair loss problems.
I can advise them as to better accept their problem, and if needed, recommend them to the best hair restoration surgeon, best prosthetic hair specialists etc..to solve their problem.
My target: Men and women from 30 to 55 years old with hair loss problem, professionally active and performant (Executives, lawyers, directors, CEOs etc..) with disposable income.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Cosmetics & Beauty
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I believe these logos are a good inspiration for what i need
I like the mix between modern and retro barbershop style
I like the idea of a man hair representation in a circle with text above and under the hair. The bow tie works ( the shape could be a little different though) but is not mandatory.
As my target is supposed to be between 30 to 55, the logo should represent a more mature character, the hairstyle might be a little bit more classic (right now on the last logo the modern hairstyle + bow tie tends to be a bit too " cute" for the target client.
I'm open to creativity, other propositions, suggestions with or without hair representation are accepted.