Client loved it thank you, highly recommended for logo design!
Kim is a rockstar! She had clean, on target designs. Was so responsive and delivered on every item. Truly thankful for her artistry!
Great design, what I was hoping for.
- ga tix
Great work, fast turnaround, would highly recommend
Working with Tre has again been a total pleasure. I am looking forward to next time :-)
You made it happen! Thank you very much!
How ellen9 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
three stone steps
What’s your company slogan?
art & artifact
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
In theory, three stone steps sells imported high quality "ethically sourced" art/artisan goods. In practice, 90% of what we sell is handcrafted recycled metal art from Haiti.
We sell mostly to college educated folks with some disposable income & care about design. Many of these people attend art fairs. Age range is around the time of one's first apartment to just before deciding to "downsize." Many customers use this art to decorate beach homes or rural getways. We also sell to a fair amount of gardeners, and people who have yards and decks.
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
hex #ff6600 for the orange (obviously)
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like how direct and striking this logo is. It tells me what I need to know and what to expect.
I don't know what this logo is about, but it entices me to learn more.
Like how clever it is, with leaf/box. Like the coloring. Like how direct.
Like the dual feels of the font. Like how the pigeon disappears into film.
I like this one, but am mixed since it looks like it's for a razor company, I spend time thinking about this.
Simple, beautiful, and clever.
please check http://www.threestonesteps.com to see our products and general feel we're going for. You can also see the logo that desperately needs to be changing.
In no particular order, this is what I'm looking for:
--Minimalist but not cold & stark; slightly clever & approachable
--Grayscale but with striking orange;
--Feel: Trying to elevate a product that is often sold as a “craft” into more of an art;
--Used online, hangtags, signage;
--Don’t want: round, hipsterish, fake retro
--Prefer square shape, although open.