Second time I work with Louise. She is fantastic! She knows how to guide you for the brief, how to interpret and execute it with an exceptional talent. I warmly recommend her to any one wanting a logo, a brand platform or any graphic execution.
Dundo is an incredible designer! Fast, creative, focused and communicative. We would definitely use him again for graphic design!
Thanks so much for your work on this project.
- Raja Jinnah
Raja was amazing to work with, easy to communicate with and had feedback on questions of mine nearly within five mins. of a sent message so with that Raja, had complete accountability and was the biggest help that I've had yet in my endeavor.
Everyone just loves it.
It standout above the rest .
Also, it is unique and memorable.
How kristi.abrahamson started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Winery and Vineyard
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We will have an estate vineyard, winery and wine tasting room. The tasting room is what we will promote to customers who enjoy wine. Target audience is mature adults, over 21 years old, both male and female but mostly females. I selected Bar & Nightclub as the industry, but that isn't really what we are, it was just the closest option available.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Bar & Nightclub
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
For some direction, I have attached a photo of the look and feel we like. The words should be Lonesome Vine (big) and small underneath Winery and Vineyard (on 1 line). We like the intricate detail on the "L" and "V" and those letters being larger than "onesome" and "ine" for one option. We don't want it to be exactly like the logo in the photo, but similar (western type font perhaps). We would like to have a grapevine worked in to the words, small, not too overbearing but creatively worked in. I don't want to use too "clip-arty" of an image for the vine, I like something more sleek; more vine, not too many leaves and grapes.
We would like to be able to use the logo with and without the outline of the letters. For colors, a brown or maybe a copper color?
I also thought about using a wine glass where the bottom of the wine glass is in the shape of longhorns (like on the top of a cow). Just another idea for one of the options. In general, I want a simple, easy-to-identify logo, not too complex and intricate.