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Posted by: Graham Smith in Categories: Brand Identity
I get a number of logo requests asking me to work for free each week. Some are just a few words, maybe the odd sentence. Some however are a little more detailed, such as the above. The person concerned does know of my disdain...
Getting a letter like this is not particularly pleasant. It's funny on one hand, more that it's just unbelievable If you plan to send a letter such as these examples to a logo designer, consider what you are really asking and how you regard skilled and talented professionals.
Frankly it's offensive and rude.
A previous example : How not to approach me for logo design work
If you like the work I've done in my Portfolio, and also the Monomarks immediately above, and are looking to hire yourself a highly talented, and very experienced (25 Years), Logo and Brand Identity Designer, then look no further.
There's also some useful pages that might help you familiarise yourself with me as a person, how I work, and the sort of service you can expect if you hire me:
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