I am very very happy to have been able to work with Leticia by 99 designs. Even though she is in Mexcio and I am in Europe, her responance and supportiveness could not have been any better. Leticia came up with a number of different ideas throughout the contest and was also super fast and reactive in all feedback from my end. thanks to her I found the logo of my dreams - and I can only highly recommend this super talented design artist to anybody!!
How Osomonoevan started their logo design journey
I am a highly experienced, Wildlife Veterinarian, who has worked on global wildlife conservation issues (you know, one of those guys hanging out of a helicopter, darting rhinos) all over the world for more than 25 years. More recently, my work has morphed into large scale, alternative energy (Solar) and sustainable development (global "eco-cities") projects. I believe that there is a synergy or nexus between these seemingly disparate worlds, and I am forming this small consulting company to explore this.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
International Consulting Groups (energy/sustainability)
As stated earlier, OsoMono is Spanish for "Monkey - Bear". I was given this name by my friend's son in Chile, after i beat him in a game of dominoes, and he slammed down the tiles, and called me "OsoMono". This nickname has remained, and I would like to use it for my consulting firm. I think that there could be a large number of graphical interpretations of this fictional beast (note, some people use the term "monkey - bear" as a nickname for Sun Bears from Malaysia/Indonesia), and I am excited to see what the designers come up with.
One other observation: In the word "OsoMono", every other letter is an "O".
I wonder if there is some way to incorporate this into the design...with the "O's" being eyes, or nostrils or something.... But only if it works to make an interesting design, it is not a requirement.
Also, the "tag-line" for the entity is "Wildlife, Habitat and Energy Conservation Strategies"