The designer has been very cooperative and fast in responding.
- Ricky AsamManis
Ricky was really good to work with, the initial concepts was not what we had in mind, but changes was swiftly made in the following designs. Ricky was responsive, fast to act on feedback and we ended up with a design that we are really happy with!
I would definately recommend anyone to use Rickys services.
Good designer, talented, effective and good communication.
Enjoyed about our logo !
- kevin willys
great work, thanks!
How Sterling&Stone started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Sterling & Stone
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Sterling & Stone is a publishing company which specializes in character-driven stories across different imprints and genres ranging from dark horror to sci-fi to humor to children's books.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
If you look at our website, http://sterlingandstone.net, you should get an idea for what we're trying to achieve visually. Our books run the gamut from dark horror to sci-fi to fantasy to humor to westerns with unicorns to children's books.
The logo should not be silly, scary, or whimsical, though we may write stories with those elements. I'm thinking of something with more simple typography, perhaps even classic looking, not lots of flourish (though some flourish would be considered). Think timeless, strong, and perhaps even a bit of mystery.
I like both thin typefaces and bold thick lettering, perhaps even something that looks like it's from a century ago mixed with modern. We'd probably not go with cursive or handwritten typefaces, though we'd not rule them out entirely with the right design.