Logo for (non-traditional) law firm

$300 paid

22 custom designs

13 pre-qualified designers.

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Winning design #3170 by guetizo, Logo Design for Logo for (non-traditional) law firm Contest
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designed by guetizo

Project description

I do not fit the mold of a straightlaced, golf-playing, suit-wearing lawyer...so please, no images of courthouse columns, law books, or scales of justice (I am more leopard print than law book). My design aesthetic leans toward spareness; I am looking for clean lines, and a sophisticated, yet accessible image. I prefer a look that is flowing and organic rather than rigid or soldierly. Also, it is ok to use the \\\"P\\\" as in \\\"Parker\\\", but please do not attempt to use initials (i.e. \"Parker Law Office\" reduces to \"PLO\"--not seeking to make a political statement in that regard.

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  • This is really beautiful--I like it very much. Can we play with color and type font? Color-wise, could we try a deep red? As for type font, could we look at something slightly more vertically elongated? My suggestions may not complement your "P" design--just want to see other possible options. Thank you! Lori
  • This is really cool! Could you make the stripes a bit narrower, and change the pink to a different color? A deep red, blue, or green, perhaps? Or maybe a tan/brown? I really like what you did here. Thank you! Lori
  • I like this very much. There is nothing un-conservative or undignified about it, but it's modern and distinctive. At first glance, it actually looks like an Asian/Indian design, which resonates with me as a longtime yoga practitioner. Could we play with color? I am open to the idea of a dark background with the actual logo in white. Other color ideas would also be of interest. Thank you! Lori
  • black and white in black and white box please
  • Thank you for the revision. I like the "beyond the box" "P", and you've made it a bit more interesting, compared to the first. However, I think the design looks rather cheap and insubstantial. The dotted line evokes clipping coupons. This is not what I am shooting for. I am hoping you are a fashion-conscious person, because I'm going to tell you about my favorite designer, and perhaps that will guide you. My favorite is Vivienne Westwood--highly tailored, body-conscious; often taking classic or traditional designs and putting a quirky turn on them. Edgy, sometimes over-the-top, but also unquestionably feminine. Can you make a logo that is THAT? I should also add that I met with a local logo designer, who presented me with a bunch of bland and boring designs, and I proposed (somewhat consistently with the idea of re-making the traditional with modern or quirky turn) that he try a design that would be an otherwise-unremarkable card--white background with a clean type font, on expensive card stock...with the quirky element being the thinnest possible stripe of a leopard or zebra print bisecting the card. Oh dear; that was too shocking for the designer. Could you work with this idea for further revisions? Thank you. Lori
  • The setup of the words is ok, I but HATE the flying "P".
  • Sorry...this is simply not the right direction. Non-traditional...no strict suit and tie. Not to mention that I am a woman. I don't like the red, and I don't like the thickness of the graphic. Could you please approach this from an edgier perspective?
  • See feedback for other design...also forgot to mention that I don't like the colors in either of the designs used.
  • I’m sorry to say that I’m not thrilled with this design. It looks so blandly and generically corporate…as if it could be the logo for anything from an accounting firm to an exterminator. I hope that this will offer some direction--while the legal profession as whole tends toward conservatism in both style and substance, I am somewhat different. Imagine a staid grey suit, but beneath it, a glimpse of black lace. Can you envision a design that brings that twist of black lace to the otherwise conservative business suit ? Thanks! Lori
  • I’m sorry to say that I’m not thrilled with this design. It looks so blandly and generically corporate…as if it could be the logo for anything from an accounting firm to an exterminator. I hope that this will offer some direction--while the legal profession as whole tends toward conservatism in both style and substance, I am somewhat different. Imagine a staid grey suit, but beneath it, a glimpse of black lace. Can you envision a design that brings that twist of black lace to the otherwise conservative business suit ? Thanks! Lori
  • I like what you’ve done, and I like the overall style that you’ve exhibited. Nonetheless, this design simply does not feel like “me”. The pen idea is ok, but at the same time, there is nothing particularly resonant about it. I hope that this will offer some direction--while the legal profession as whole tends toward conservatism in both style and substance, I am somewhat different. Imagine a staid grey suit, but beneath it, a glimpse of black lace. Can you envision a design that brings that twist of black lace to the otherwise conservative business suit ? Thanks! Lori
  • I like your "out of the box" idea...but the "P" is still confined to the box, notwithstanding the broken lines. Also, the "P" is so rigid, upright, and soldierly. I am looking for something more elegant. While the legal profession as whole tends toward conservatism in both style and substance, I am somewhat different. Imagine a staid grey suit, but beneath it, a glimpse of black lace. Can you envision a design that brings that twist of the black lace to the otherwise conservative business suit ? Thanks! Lori
  • While I like the way you've designed it, I want to stay away from the very overused image of courthouse columns. Can you try again, going in a different direction? Please don't feel constrained to be conservative because this is for a law firm. I would prefer to see a design with a lot of vitality...and if it's necessary, we can always tone it down. Thank you.
  • While your design is very nice, I am hoping to get away from the very over-used image of courthouse columns. Could you please submit something else? I want something that is fresh. You don't need to be conservative. Start with more vitality, and we can tone it down if needed.
  • I am hoping to get away from the very over-used image of courthouse columns. Also, the typeface that you used for "Parker" is not easily readable. Could you please submit something else? I want something that is fresh. You don't need to be conservative. Start with more vitality, and we can tone it down if needed.
  • Hello :) just wanted to point that the black & white version can also work if the middle square was black & the 3 flame shapes was in white..maybe look even better..!..looking forward for ur feedback..thanks