We are thrilled with our new logo! Thank you so much for your speedy turnaround and creativity!
- Vectorial Horizon
Great to work with and amazing design! Looking forward to work with him again.
- Jourjious Designs
Worked really hard with me to get this right - massively appreciated the effort you've put in.
Super fast turnaround time. Beautiful work as always!
The designer has done absolutely great work
The cooperation has given us much pleasure
How sampson.micah started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Llama Llama Wine Co.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
It's a wine company that is targeted to both millennials and their parents. Good wine, slightly playful logos on different labels as we create more varietals. The first one will be called "Sexy Llama".
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
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
I like that it's silhouetted and monochromatic
I like that there's a symbol attached to the name
monochromatic, serious and fun, but not too cartoony
Playful, was thinking of having two llamas in the main logo
simple and to the point
I like the sophistication of this logo, might be a little too simple though
I like the artistry behind this one, stands out
I like the centered fonts and logo, kinda like the logo, maybe a little cartoony
This one may be a stretch, not huge on the geometric logo, not big on the color scheme for sure. But it still stood out to me, may open up some new doors for design
I like the simplicity, but I want the logo and name to fill out the space a bit more
I need a simple, yet memorable, logo I can put on business cards and instgram/social media. I want it to be slightly playful. I like monochrome color schemes, maybe keep it a silhouette style, but I'm open to more ideas. I do want the top portion of the wine label to be the same on all other future designs, the name of the company will be "Llama Llama Wine Co." The bottom 4/5ths or so will change with each new varietal and name.