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How johnnyk7 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
"Bryan Power" - Possibly include “Generation” at the end for “Bryan Power Generation” and possibly even “Texas” or “Oil & Gas” somewhere as well. However, we want to be careful to not have too much text to crowd the design so the only required text is “Bryan Power”.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Bryan Power provides power generation equipment and services to clients worldwide. Our newly formed “Texas Oil & Gas” Division - for which this logo is for - focuses on servicing oil and gas clients in the Texas oil fields. We currently provide diesel and natural gas generators to power off-grid oil well sites and other auxiliary oil field equipment.
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This logo should combine both our Original Logo (logo-BryanPower.psd) and the Texas Flag Map (texas-map-color.jpg/psd) to produce original logo artwork.
We’d like to keep the letter styling of “BRYAN” in our original logo design and use the colors from the Texas Flag Map and the map itself to create a visually appealing logo for a new Oil & Gas Division of our company focused on servicing the Texas oil and gas fields. This logo should incorporate a rough, rugged, and reliable ‘feel’ to it to represent our rough, rugged, and reliable power generation equipment that we provide to our clients in the rigorous oil field environment. Other imagery that could work in addition to the Original Logo and the Texas Flag Map could be a silhouetted pump jack, an oil derrick or any other oil and gas industry imagery that is commonly used and easily recognizable.
We are open to creative designs! Please feel free to deviate from the brief slightly if you feel you have a good idea. Thanks and we look forward to making comments on your designs!