It was an absolute pleasure working with Gray Crow Designs! Gray Crow is very professional, understanding and creative. Thank you!
Boutchou has been incredibly responsive to my feedback and has been a joy to work with!
- Light and shapes
Fahd is a soulful artist who quickly got the essence of my work. I was really glad he accepted my invitation to participate in my contest since I knew the prize was less than what he is used to. He worked with me throughout the countless iterations and was kind and professional along the way. You will enjoy working with him and be delighted with his designs!
- BUZZ STUDIO
Great design concept and quick turnaround on final project files. Highly recommended.
How taralucan started their logo & social media pack journey
Who are you known as?
BE LIGHT Transformative Therapy
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Instructional, educational, inspirational online subscription-based video platform. Empowering individuals to take control of their own health and wellness through nutrition and a combination of physical, emotional and spiritual therapies. Applicable to all ages (i.e. 20-80). It's never too late to heal!
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
As I explain in my 'communication to the designers' this idea of LIGHT is important and the ROGYBIV spectrum is an important element to my therapy as each color represents a component of the therapy. I would love the spectrum of color represented subtly (or not so subtly) in the design or through the letters themselves.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the form of the bird transforming into pixilated components.
I love the circularity, interconnectedness and the use of color. I also like the geometric pattern and its ability to represent infinity or be seen from multiple perspectives.
I like the ornateness of the lettering, but not sure this level of ornamentation is right for my logo.
I like the play of shapes attached into the letters themselves.
I love the curvature, flowiness of that tree.
I like the simplicity, but for my logo, am looking for more complexity.
I just love the old-fashioned feel of the bicycle. I do not think this concept is right for my logo.
Again, I like the reminiscence of an old-fashioned bakery. Not right for my current logo, however.
I like logos where the letters are layered and take on an almost abstract shape.
-'BE LIGHT' should be primary, whereas 'Transformative Therapy' should be small (almost an afterthought). [The 'transformative therapy' might even be morphing/transforming itself.]
-BE LIGHT represents the entire human experience (white light), whereas the modules that make up the transformative therapy are each represented by one of the colors in the ROYGBIV spectrum. I want this rainbow spectrum represented in the logo either contained within the lettering itself or isolated as a unique design (certainly not an obvious rainbow theme......something more subtle).
- The logo should hit your soul and represent infinite possibilities and the potential for transformation.
- The logo should represent circularity and interconnectedness.......not be so linear
- There is a soft, spiritual aspect, but I want it to appeal to both men and women
- I have little visual aesthetic, so I am open to a lot of interpretation on this and would be open to abstract concepts.
- The example of a dandelion transforming into birds is just a concept. I am thinking potentially of a human silhouette converting into light particles or vice versa. Some sort of transformation represented, however you interpret that.