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It was a pleasure to work with Imma right from the beginning. She understood my brief and created a logo that reflects my business perfectly! She was very quick with any revisions that I requested along the way. My logo is creative, unique, modern and artistic. I absolutely love it!
How jgtornoe started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Arte de Lágrimas (Tear Art: Art made out of tears)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Arte de Lágrimas’ goal is to collect art pieces created by Central American children and youth entering through the Texas Border. Their art pieces will contribute to the real-life human story behind the current border crisis. From these art creations, the unheard voices of the children’s experiences will be brought to the forefront in the form of multiple public art exhibits off-line; all the art pieces will be available to view online.
This Refugee Artwork Project's objective is to help bring awareness to the children’s plight across America and prompt the community, especially church goers, to help through prayer, advocacy, and/or donations. We would be reaching to English and Spanish speaking individuals across the United States of America.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
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I have included several images and documents, which include the following: 1) there is a drawing of the phrase "Lágrimas de Arte" which we are hoping serves as inspiration for the logo. 2) there are 3 samples of the artwork being produced by the kids. 3) there are 3 images of how the artwork is being exhibited; please not that the images are hanged on a structure resembling a wire fence, which is meant to represent the border fence between México and the United States. 4) there is a pdf copy of a trifold currently being used. 5) there are 2 documents which expand even more what this organization is all about and what it is trying to accomplish (please note that these earlier version only refer to Texas, while now we are trying to go National).
Please note that the name of the organization is in Spanish, although it is reaching to both English and Spanish speaking audiences. Also, on the last word, "Lágrimas", the first "a" has an accent, as in "á".