Urban123 made my design experience so enjoyable! He was very easy to work with and was always prompt with design updates and comment returns. I would highly recommend this designer to anyone looking for professional results.
How Valerie.keane started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I create one-of-a kind decorative artwork on glass. The process has its origins in the 12th century and involves layering multiple, individually cut paper images that are then finished with decorative and carefully chosen handmade papers, gilding or paint that serve as a background. The work is on all types of glass including, plates, bowls, lamps, cake plates, ginger jars, vases, paperweights, wine coasters, etc. I finish each piece with about 30 coats of varnish on the non glass side which makes the images appear as if they are enclosed in glass on all sides.
The target audience is anyone who would enjoy a beautiful one-of-a-kind creation. However, I hope to reach an upscale audience who can afford work that takes the time and creative effort that I put into each piece. I foresee selling to interior designers, upscale home decorative stores as well as individuals. I also hope to be able to show my work at art galleries.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I would like my logo to be very sophisticated and classic, but with a flare. I hope that my work invokes a feeling of beauty, pleasure, magic, something out of the ordinary, the unexpected, serenity. I use a lot of images from the natural world, including flowers, plants, branches, trees, shells, birds, animals. Much of my work also has images of women (a lot of images from paintings from the Renaissance). I do some work in black and white with splashes of color, but the majority of the work is extremely colorful.