Once again, Mariana did a wonderful job. I couldn't be happier and would recommend her highly to anyone wanting a designer who is capable, creative and highly responsive.
The definition of professionalism. He also is very efficient and has a quick turnaround, plus the quality is always there.
Extremely nice -exceptional- final file provision!
How trashrocket started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Hive Mind Audio
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I record, mix and master music. Hive Mind is the name of my studio. Mostly rock and heavy metal bands but I also work with solo artists and funk/jam bands.
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 like the hard lines, bold fonts, easy readability, and im a sucker for banners.
Makes me want a beer. I love beer, and I'm into the crest with embellishments. Almost a more modern traditional tattoo design.
Love the eccentric color scheme. Makes me wants ice cream and candy. very effective.
Love the geometry. I would really like to incorporate something similar, but potentially less complex into my own design
Bold, effective and fun. Granted I have no idea what this company does... it doesnt bother me.
Again, the old school logos always get me. anything that looks like a bottle of whiskey will probably be loved by me.
Love the depth in this design. This is probably my favorite of all the sample designs. Great Color scheme and overall aesthetic.
Hey all! Thanks for taking a look at my project. I'm not exactly sure what I'm looking for here! The only thing I DON'T want is the initials HM in the logo since they are readily used by other brands. I'm a big fan of traditional and new school tattoo design, and I'm also into Darker, Rustic, Industrial type themes. A lot of my clients are heavy metal bands, but I don't want to overuse heavy metal chiches. and I'd like to avoid obvious usage of typical "recording studio" symbolism (microphones, mixing boards, waveforms, meters, etc) unless they're uniquely incorporated into the design. I've had the idea to incorporate basic hexagonal "honeycomb" patterns into the logo somehow. Ideally, this will feel more like an art piece than a traditional logo. The last photo (the parasailing company reference) is my favorite of the reference pieces, in regards to the overall end vibe I'd love to have a logo that resembles my mixing and mastering work... powerful and clear, with a bold artistic vibe!