She followed the design brief to a T and offered various options which was very much appreciated. When I saw her design come in, I knew it was the winner!
Great design - check out his whole portfolio to get an idea! Also very responsive and easy to work with. Provided insightful feedback during the design process. Would highly recommend.
- Dmitry Litvinenko
Great professional, very responsive and helpful.
Max is the perfect designer to work with on a longterm basis as he picks up on ideas and offers solutions beyond the usual scope. Great talent and extremely professional. My Go To man:)
Juvena was the winner of our logo design contest, she understood our needs and delivered something beyond our expectations. Upon winning, she provided all files needed in all formats and even provided some additional formats we weren't expecting but were so happy to have. Great work Juvena!!
- Stefanie of SexyPlus
How lostelmbrewing started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Lost Elm Artisan Ales
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Lost Elm is a new craft beer production brewery and taproom in the the rustic quiet corner of Connecticut. We're seeking a simple logo that speaks to our roots in a rustic area with a modern, industrial feel. We're hoping to get a logo quick, we've got beer ready to get out! We're hoping the logo can be easily replicated with minor tweaks to the color/and background for each unique bottle package and has a unique, illustrated look that we can translate throughout other packaging and brand designs. We're attaching an image of a cross section of a tree that we hope can be the focus of the logo. Our target audience is craft beer drinkers seeking artisan quality beers and reinvented classic styles. We specialize in blended and barrel aged styles. Our brand ethos is rooted in the terroir of the landscape, the natural resources surrounding, and a deep passion for the history of beer and it's connection to land and society.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Bar & Nightclub
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
The current color we have been eyeballing is Pantone4975 C, this is also the current color of our keg wraps.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We love the look and feel of two breweries in partciular; Nighshift and Trillium. Both of their packaging designs are simple, creative, and cohesive. We've attached an image of a cross section of a tree- we love the scribbled, illustrated look and would love to translate that imperfect and rustic feel throughout our brand identity. We thought the Fiddlehead logo might be interesting placement of image and words but aren't sure. Attached are a few files of the font we're using but we're not 100% married to it.