Absolutely 100% professional and the customer in focus, every time.
- Matyas Dios
The designer was very responsive and creative. He worked with my numerous change requests and responded very quickly.
I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Tony. He was able to take my initial ideas and truly turned it into an even better brand that I had hoped for. He takes the time to understand your vision and will provide recommendations on how to make your ideas even greater. He was super responsive and provided revisions and different designs he came up with very quickly. I will definitely use him again for future work as he made this process a smooth and enjoyable one!
This was exactly what we were looking for. Designer was responsive and flexible with revisions.
How Aspittle started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Barrel19 Bistro & Bar
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Re-brand of golf course restaurant and banquet center in Silicon Valley. Barrel19 Bistro & Bar is located at a golf course (hence the reference to the 19th hole) but in a location to attract employees from nearby tech companies. Includes indoor seating and outdoor patio seating and a full bar. Serves breakfast, lunch and happy hour daily.
Indoor theme/décor will be rustic/country chic. Warm tones. This is NOT a wine bar. No wine glasses or bottles. Whiskey/Wine barrels okay as some inside décor and outdoor signage will include actual, used, oak wine barrels. Bottom of Barrel incorporated into logo might be cool with either Barrel19 or just the 19 engraved/etched.
on it. (see image below) this design could stand to also represent a golf poker chip/ball marker
I also welcome more abstract representations of barrels versus the use of a literal barrel (both are encouraged though)
Nothing golf either (i.e no flagsticks, golf balls, tees, etc)
Avoid overtly Western looking fonts (again not a steak house but a bistro and bar)
Like to see a cool treatment to the "19" in design. Wood-Burn look okay but try to avoid the "steakhouse" look too much. This is not a western/steakhouse. Use of fonts and other simple yet impactful design elements to create a rustic, warm yet modern feel. Must appeal to masculine (primary target audience) yet feminine enough to attract wedding/banquet clientele. I.e avoid looking like a steakhouse.
Red (burgundy, wine colored - not too dark)- Will try to get exact pantone/hex/rgb/cmyk code in next few days to match paint color
Mocha/latte - Light tan/browns
Charcoal/Ash - Grey
See attached paint color sample
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Reds: Energy, action, passion and love.
Dark neutrals: Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards