Outstanding experience! Great “vision” and creativity to build what I didn’t even realize I needed. Extremely responsive and flexible. I plan to work with them on my next logo.
How jksm started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Hunter & Steel or my name (I will be launching my website on Sept 1st, I am in dire need of help!!!)
What’s your company slogan?
Where men are cut like men
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a hairstylist for men. I focus on traditional barbering techniques while providing my clients with a high end male salon experience. I booth rent at this time, but will building on my name to eventually open up a male grooming parlor called "Hunter & Steel." I will be catering to all types of men with all different backgrounds, but they all appreciate a quality haircut, a quality experience and they are not afraid to pay a little more for it. Once I transition from booth rent to a store front I will also be selling our own men's hair products.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Spa & Esthetics
Other color requirements
Black, Gray, White, Silver, or Brown
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I want to make sure that it is masculine and it stands out! For some reason I envision an H with a circle around it. I do want to inform you that my last name is Hamilton and while I am building clientele I will be using just my name Jennifer Hamilton until I open my own shop. I am thinking of the H as a logo or something to that effect where the Hunter & Steel or my name can be interchangeable. I have attached below four of my favorite logos and three types of fonts that I like. I will also attach a list of barbershops that are doing well that I have found inspiration from. The Hudson & Hawk, Baxter of California, and Chop Chop would be the closest to what I have in mind. Examples: http://chopchop.me/eng.htm.