I cannot recommend Ircham/Glyphs more highly. My client has a new startup and needed a professional and strong logo for it, but didn't have much of an idea what he wanted. It was apparent that Ircham read our design brief very thoroughly and provided really stunning designs that stood apart from the beginning of the contest. He was incredibly responsive, patient as we determined our needs and creative helping us design the final logo. My client is absolutely thrilled with the result and says he's very "proud" to have it reflect his new business. Now we hope to work with Ircham on the upcoming product logo and welcome him as a key contributor to our design team. Thank you, Ircham!
- Megan Flinn
Design will look great on all marketing. Thanks for the fast turnaround!
Great work! Thanks
- Eco Rokerz
Excellent designer. Listens and executes to every request. Fantastic!!
Es war eine gute Zusammenarbeit und bin mit dem Ergebnis sehr zufrieden.
How Moment to Moment Pictures Inc. started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Moment to Moment Pictures Inc
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Film Production - moving pictures
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
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
I would like a still image at this point for a logo but will be making it into an approx 10-15 sec moving logo for film. The items I would like to incorporate are: a tree with roots, a silouette of a 3 year old girl (pig tails or ponytail not sure), a silouette of a yellow lab retriever, a leaf in the tree that's actually a feather. In the moving logo the girl will walk to the tree with the dog trailing behind, when she touches the tree trunk with one hand, the dog will melt into the roots of the tree and a leaf will fall off the tree and become a rainbow feather. I would like this end image to be my logo however that maybe be done with all 4 components still being seen before the dog goes into the ground.