5th or 6th project with this designer. Professionalism, communication, timeliness, and patience are second to none.
Great designer, quick response, great attitude, great design. Good job!
Increíble, rápido y se adapta perfectamente a lo que buscas.
Sett" worked meticulously on this design, rendering several iterations until it was aligned with what I had envisioned. Amazing work. I would highly recommend his work for anyone wanting to sketch out a tattoo, or any other meaningful piece.
How Webble started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
King of Cards
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
King of Cards is a new online retailer selling premium playing cards and card magic; catering for everyone from enthusiasts to working magicians to card collectors. All things playing card related.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Like the bold lines
Simple colour palette and bold character. Like that logo can be used individually, separate from text
Love the use of negative space and understated aesthetic. Simple, yet effective.
Solid shapes and clear text with intricate detailing to help identify the company logo/animal
Like the character design and minimalism
Slightly too formal but like the simplicity and creativity used to create a crown from the paint
Striking, simple, clean, bold lines from a black/grey colour palette (although open to ideas) Initial thoughts were to use a 'King's head' taken from a basic playing card design but modified to look more contemporary. Logo is intended to be used in conjunction with text reading 'King of Cards' but needs to be designed so that it can also be used separately where required.
Love intricate, yet understated playing card artwork and custom court cards which have led us to these initial ideas, but we're more than happy to explore different concepts. Inspiration can be taken from leading playing card manufacturers deck designs/court cards.
The original intention was to create a brand name that had a link to the names of cards within a deck (King of Hearts, King of Clubs, King of... etc.) In some ways, King of Cards can be interpreted as a play on words - if the 4 suits of a deck were somehow concealed within the logo design, it might be a neat detail and an Easter egg for keen eyed visitors to the site.