Last summer, a friend of mine wanted a logo done for their family farm. These were some of the concepts I liked that never made the cut.
Names depicted are fictitious.
Clients who come as referrals from clients are always loved. You know they come to you after you’ve been talked up, and I always strive to provide superior service because someone put their neck out for me and my work. I will not disappoint!
So when Royal Roofing approached me for a redesign, I was thrilled. Their previous logo was showing it’s age. Since they were building a new facility, a rebranding was a great idea. Starting fresh in a new space.
Keeping with their red color scheme, and their request for a more minimal concept, the client loved the final result.
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Shayna from Shayna Lynn Photography came to me for a logo and watermark for her new business. As a fellow photog and graduates from the same highschool, I was excited to take the project on.
A few details to consider when constructing this brand mark:
Type of Photography. Shayna provides portrait photography and specializes in Maternity, Newborn and Family photography (she’s awesome!). So I wanted to create something that was feminine and soft, but crisp.
Use. This brand needed a full logo for use on cards/collateral and social media, as well as a similar mark for watermarking images. Again, something clean and almost minimalistic as details will get lost in the use of a watermark with transparencies, size, and quality when watermarked images were being uploaded to social media sites or websites.
Shayna. Of course, her business is an extension of herself – especially as a portrait photographer, where your business IS you as a brand. So I asked her about colors she loved, style, etc. She mentioned that she loves butterflies, and that concept resonated with me.
After tweaks here and there, she settled on this awesome choice: