Just hire Ana, you will love her work. She is amazingly talented and is so worth the wait! We have been working with Ana for the last few years, many more to come.
- Kurt Bzzz
This is the second time I’ve worked with Kurt Bzzz and let me tell you, from the depth of my heart, I am so in love with the logos he has created for me. I’m a creative individual with a real eye for detail. Kurt Bzzz receives feedback very well and executed with precision. I’m never disappointed, will use again, and highly recommend.
- Ari - Plyland
Clean, simple and modern design; exactly what we were looking for!
Ari was quick to make changes when we make comments and suggestions, and was a pleasure to work with.
My experience with this designer exceeded my expectations. She has done two projects for me now and I wouldn't hesitate to hire her again. Very prompt with her responses and file submissions.
Always a pleasure to work with.
- Akedis Design
Great addition to the brand!
How marindalea started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Sixth & Berry
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I sell wedding invitations and other types of greeting cards, art prints, and other gift items such as planners and mugs. My design style is modern, off-beat (quirky), urban, chic and bold. My target audience is women in their 30's, creative, artistic, independent, and city-dwellers. In particular, I am based in Los Angeles and plan on creating lines that relate to the local design aesthetic and flavor of LA. I've attached a mood board below that shows visual directions and influences.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I like the idea of using orange and blue as brand colors but I'm open to other suggestions or simply black and white could also work.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Doesn't feel too polished, bold and graphic and I like the city-scape.
Has a graffiti look that ties into an urban feel.
I like the somewhat naive and accessible nature of the font, and the geometrics are good combined with the other elements.
Looks somewhat vintage without going overboard.
This is a little too stereotypical "hipster" of a look, but ok to go somewhat in this direction, possibly.
A little rustic and unpolished, has a sort of "hand-made" feel but keeping sophistication to it as well.
It's a "signature" look that looks unique and not too feminine.
Incorporating geometrics can be fun but only if it works with the overall concept. Not completely necessary.
This is a update of an '80s look, the use of primary colors doesn't feel tired and the lettering is interesting and bold. Again playful but still with a certain amount of sophistication (not too "childish")
Simple, looks hand-drawn, has a bit of edginess to it.
When done well, brush lettering is both chic and urban, and hits the right spot between feminine and masculine.
I am drawn to orange and blue as brand colors, but I'm open to new thoughts/ideas re: color. Also I've attached a few examples of my designs to get an idea for my style and taste as well as a mood board. I'm not interested in a very literal interpretation of my company name (ie berries.) Just so you know, the name of my company is street names in Brooklyn: 6th & Berry. So the company doesn't really have anything to do with berries. If anyone is good with the hand lettering or brush lettering, I'd love to see those submissions too - see the "David Jang" example above for a look that appeals to me (although I'm open to more!) But please submit hand-done brush lettering, I'm not looking for a brush lettering font. Thanks!