What We Do
We are marketers, a marketing company, anything to do with ones brand/logo:
~Digitally print on vinyl to produce:
*custom vehicle graphics
*custom vehicle wraps
*custom window graphics
*high end charcuterie boards
*high end cutting boards
Our Ideas and Additional Information:
We want the TX portion of the logo to be smaller and look like a traditional trademark logo. Picture of a traditional trademark logo uploaded for reference.also and just for fun, uploading an actual picture of one of our actual chameleons...
We would like to see some submissions with a chameleon, similar to this one, but with the tail curving in and forming a G at the very inside center of the tail curve. So, the chameleon itself sorta looks like and represents the C is Custom and the the G in the center of the tail represents the Graphics. Still want to see the verbiage Custom Graphics Tx and Your Brand Is Our Business with the chameleon worked in as well.
Looking for a unique, classy, colorful, high end logo. Will need to be a logo that can be embordered with a crisp and clean final product. Will most want the logo itself (not the verbiage) in a circular or semi-circular shape. We most certainly do want our name Custom Graphics Tx to be a portion of the full blown logo, but that verbiage does not have to be in the logo portion itself, if that makes sense. Not sure how to explain what I am trying to say, but how about this for an example. You know how the Nike logo is the SWISH which sometimes includes the word NIKE and sometimes does not. That's what we are looking for. We want a logo that we can use with or without our verbiage:
Custom Graphics Tx
Your Brand Is Our Business
Not that we are necessarily looking for a logo with a Panther Chameleon in it, but we do have and raise Panther Chameleons more as a hobby, as think these are some of the most colorful and coolest animals on the planet. With that, and while its not an absolute must have, wouldn't mind seeing some concepts with a Panther Chameleon being involved.
One more little thought we had... We are thinking we will use the TX portion of our Name/logo sort of like where one would normally see the TM in a trade marked logo. Thoughts?