Has been great to work with. Over-delivers to make sure that my vision is correct, and communicates rapidly. We will continue to use them for future projects and continue to recommend.
How clark.helman started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a Personal Training company aiming to take the focus away from superficial, esthetic based desires like "Get Ripped Quick" and to refocus it on bringing the client back into connection with the many tools given to him/her at birth to navigate and combat their environment. Breath, brain and heart science, body control, energy flow and self healing, proprioceptive awareness thru hands and feet and more comprise some of these tools. Developing these skills together with constant maintenance will reroute our species back on the path towards raising consciousness and further evolution. Target audience is American families, especially those who desire a break from the traditional one size fits all approach to education and human growth. Again, not Get Ripped Quick.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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
Below is one prototype for the logo I came up with. I would love to stay along this message but make it more sophisticated and elegant. The shape it is based off of is Torus but better described as the toroidal field that surround everyones body as well as everything else in the universal that produces an electromagnetic field. The spiral connection between the brain and heart liken to that of the Kundalini from Eastern teachings but are more for denoting the equal parts control from both brain and heart centers. Each have a different way of interpreting environment; this is denoted by the the waveforms surrounding the heart and the electricity surrounding the brain. I like the primal, almost cave drawing, element of the hand and feet because points to the whole getting back to our roots idea. Again, just a launching off point, open to ideas.