I’m Paul and I create timeless logos and brand identities for startups and established businesses.

My style is based on modern, geometric minimalist elements, and impactful bold aesthetics.

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Brand Identity, Authenticity and
Timeless Design


In my eyes, each brand deserves its chance to become memorable. What could be a better way to achieve this if not a remarkable logo?

Every brand needs recognition among the customers, authenticity in terms of value provided, and presence. Building a solid set of branded aesthetics will be the most impactful decision when it comes to enhancing the character of your brand.

My Design Services

* Logo Design & Redesign

The core element of a brand identity, the logo is the element that adds the highest dose of recognizability to a brand. Its style should define and perfectly match the entire set of branded assets.

* Product Packaging Design

Online or offline, the first impression will dictate the performance of your product. It would be a pity not to invest in a perfect design that will properly highlight the qualities of your product and create recognizability even before the customers get to test it.

* Full Identity Package Design

This includes a full brand identity solution. Starting with the logo, and moving forward to business, custom letter pages or envelopes, digital banners, or impactful social media materials and templates. There's everything in here.

* Custom Design Requests

From various prints, or less ordinary digital materials and designs, all of them should properly fit this category of special, custom requests. Contact me to talk more about it.

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"Paul is an incredibly talented designer, and his professionalism stood out from the start of our project together. Paul excels at communicating and understanding his client's needs, wants, and overall vision. His designs and suggestions were extremely valuable and helped me take my brand to the next level."

This is what Jeff Dinser, Co-Founder and CEO at Popside Candy said about me.

Vectorial Portfolio

After 10 years of working with international brands from real estate, SaaS, marketing, beauty, cosmetics, restaurants, architecture, food & drinks, as well as e-commerce, I have plenty of great visual designs to share.

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1. What does branding mean?

Branding means brand personality. It includes multiple internal and external factors which influence the customer perception in the process of building social trust and awareness.

It covers multiple tangible and non-tangible fields such as strategy, logo, design, value, marketing, trust, customer profile, social media presence, recognition, and social proof.

All these aspects need to be shaped in such a way that they work together in order to help a business follow its mission, achieve its goals while providing value.

2. Why branding is so important?

Branding is important because it helps your business stand out from the competitors, as well as creating recognition among the customers.

Brand recognition is one of the most important aspects which converts audience to customers, and one-time customers to loyal brand enthusiasts.

3. Why branding matters?

In a highly competitive industry, branding matters because it gives people a strong reason to resonate with a company’s personality.

A strong branding, together with transparency and innovative marketing approaches, educates people, and makes them loyal to a brand as a whole, not only its products.

4. What is personal branding?

The main difference between corporate branding and personal branding is that personal branding focuses on individuals rather than businesses.

Personal branding is the process of building self-awareness by defining, sharing, and marketing your personal set of values with an audience. The ultimate goal is to make that specific, interest-based audience, resonate with it, and increase your authority among that specific niche.

5. What is the difference between branding and logo?

If we were to picture the branding as a vehicle, the logo would be its emblem. Placed on multiple body interior and exterior components, the unique symbol helps people visually identify the manufacturer.

The logo is often the most recognizable element of the entire branding, so it’s just a component of a much complex set of elements. A logo never works at its full potential without strong branding to back it up.

6. Why having a logo is important?

Together with the name, the logo is the most important element of branding, when it comes to brand recognizability.

Even for someone who is not familiar with that brand, the logo could offer a lot of hints about the industry, the company, and its core values, as well as their customer’s profile.

It’s safe to say that the logo is always the key element when it comes to the first impression as a result of the interaction between an individual and a brand’s presence.

7. How to choose a logo?

We’ve established that the logo is just one piece of the entire branding. This means that the logo needs to resonate with all the other elements, so it must be a small 1:1 representation of the brand’s character.

The 5 most important branding aspects that help you choose the right logo are the brand’s personality which will define the style (playful, corporate, modern, retro, organic …), the story behind it (an iconic symbol, a personal and meaningful graphic), specific requirements based on the industry/niche, the customer’s profile and preferences, and the brand’s positioning strategy.

I’ve written this article that displays the main characteristics of a good logo.

8. What is a minimalist logo?

A minimalist logo could be a simplified graphic element, a word mark, a letter mark, or a hybrid between these.

This kind of logos uses specific display techniques such as negative space, simplifying detailed graphics and sophisticated elements, and monochrome palettes.

In logo design, minimalism could be described as the perfect amount of elements, rather than the lack of composition.

9. How do I find out if a logo is taken?

There’s an infinite number of logos on the internet. From time to time, it happens to create a logo that might be too similar to an already-existing design.

You can find out if a logo is taken by doing some simple Google searches based on its main features (e.g. searching for “flying bird logo”, select images and manually check all the designs to find similarities), or by doing a reversed image search using online tools such as Yandex Image Search or Google Reverse Image Search.

If none of these tools, and the manual search, found anything similar, it means that your logo is a unique work of art.

10. Do I have to include llc in your logo?

Legal entity classifications such as LP, LLP, LLLP, LLC, Corp., Inc., PC, do not have to be included in the logo, and it’s also not recommended.

11. What influences the price of a brand identity project?

The price of a brand identity project, as well as any design project, is influenced by the complexity of the design. A complex design usually translates into a higher amount of work needed to complete it, so a higher price.

In addition to this, the number of style variations and individual materials required will also influence the final price.

12. How much time does it take to complete a brand identity design project?

Each brand identity design project has three major stages: the pre-design stage, the design stage, and the post-design stage.

The pre-design stage can take up to 4-5 days depending on the client’s requirements and it mostly consists of building the project’s brief, as well as the initial background research.

The actual design stage, can take up to 14-18 days for a complete brand identity project, sometimes even more. This is often influenced by the number of revisions, the number of materials, as well as the average turnaround time.

The post-design stage usually doesn’t take more than 2-3 days, and it mostly consists of the final deliverables creation and transfer.

13. How do clients pay me for my work?

Most of the payments are done via PayPal, and the grand total is usually split in half, 50% goes for the initial, upfront payment while the other 50% is processed at the end of the project, before the deliverables transfer.

Each client will get two detailed invoices.

Crypto payments are now available too, and most of the major coins are accepted (BTC, ETH, XRP, ADA, BCH, USDC, LTC, XMR).

14. What are the final deliverables of a brand identity project?

Each design and project’s material will be delivered in an individual, fully editable format, depending on its nature.

The actual file extensions for each of them are Ai, EPS, PDF, PSD, PNG, and JPG. Depending on the extension itself, they offer full to limited access to each individual layer.

15. Do the clients have full rights for the materials?

Once the payment is completed, all the materials will be delivered to the client, and the full rights will be transferred as well.

Once the transfer is completed, the clients will be responsible for them and they will have the rights to modify them, resell them, or completely erase them.

16. Will you print/produce and deliver the business cards and the stationery materials?

I won’t be able to help with the actual physical manufacturing of the stationery materials or product packaging, but I will be able to guide you in the right direction, as I have some connections who handle the production part.

In fact, I’ve written this detailed review of the best US-based printing and packaging manufacturing services.