Amazing work. Fast delivery. Quick response to questions. Good work.
Very creative and high quality design. Extremely professional and easy to work with. I highly recommend!
He did a great job! Easy to work with, prompt, and really tries to understand what you want :)
How peter29 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Suffer Better is a global community of endurance athletes - women and men ages 20+, trail and ultra runners, cyclists, crossfit athletes, triathletes - who train, race and live by the philosophy of Suffer Better: that in order to excel and realize your goals you have to Suffer Better. Suffer Better offers apparel (T-shirts, trucker hats, socks, hoodies all printed with Suffer Better), resources (training and nutrition information), and produces running and informational events for its community. Suffer Better has two founding principles - 1) give your all in what you do and 2) give back to others. We realize we are fortunate to be able to do what we do so we donate 10% of our sales to charities who work on behalf of those less fortunate. Suffer Better is essentially the mantra of our community and translates beyond fitness and outdoors to all aspects of life - relationships, work, etc.
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
We have up til now simply used the words, Suffer Better on our Ts, hats, etc. but are interested in also seeing an icon that represents who we are and what we stand for (think Nike swoosh, etc.) that we can also use with or in place of the words. We have also avoided being overly designed as it takes away from the simplicity of our message, mantra and how we approach things. In a way we are trying to avoid being overly branded, preferring simplicity of design and color (usually we've stuck with black and white, but we are not wedded to that) to convey who we are. We often also use "The 110" on our products and in our communication - it is our shorthand way of referring to our premise of giving your all and giving back. It does not mean 110%.