"Tamaranth" was a joy to work with. She is not only a creative designer, with a high level of design capability, but she listened to every little adjustment I asked for and delivered it in a timely manner. I would absolutely work with her again, and am so excited to start using my new company logo that she designed!
I loved working with Uma. The design she produced was wonderful. I had no real vision in mind and she read me well. It did take longer than I had anticipated but both of us had some life challenges to deal with and the end product was worth the wait. I feel like I have a new friend that I would be really happy to work with if there is need in the future.
How spinningcastle started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Susan Tooker's Spinning Castle
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I specialize in crafting Tribal Faerie Headdresses & Shamanic Ritual Tools. My art has a fantasy, pagan, pre-Raphaelite influence. I use a combination of natural elements like antlers, horns, bones, fossils, feathers, and crystals with luxurious fabrics when making my headdresses or ritual tools. My photography is very much influenced by the natural world. My target audience is usually women ages 25-55, but I do have some male followers as well. My collectors are individuals with an independent spirit who like to surround themselves with beautiful things. Many have personal altars or sacred spaces that they display my art. I want to expand my audience and I want to create my own website with online gallery/store. The logo you help me to realize will feature prominently on the website, business literature and on my YouTube channel.
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
The name "Spinning Castle" refers to the Welsh goddess Arianrhod and legend says that her palace was Caer Arianrhod or the Corona Borealis in the night sky. Her symbols include the Silver wheel, weaving implements, the full moon and the Corona Borealis. Arianrhod shape-shifted into a large wise owl which enabled her to see into the dark depths of the human soul. Arianrhod also rules arts, magic, and manifestation. As the Goddess of the Silver Wheel she is associated with spinning and weaving. With Her wheel she magically weaves the tapestry of life.
I would love the logo to be a modern spin on classic fairy tale images. The adjective "regal" comes to mind. Other elements you could play with are antlers, crystals, crown.
Update 08/28: I've added a new image of a portrait of myself wearing an antler crown. Here is also a link to the Facebbok album of the same portrait session: https://www.facebook.com/SusanTooker/media_set?set=a.1352556865890.2042028.1590452569&type=3