Very Happy with the drawing, attention to detail, good communication and quality work. thank you
I liked that the design had a light color to it and the ship on crashing waves gave it an adventurous feeling. I liked that a city was put in under the water and a stone added on the cover since that was a big part of my story. The designer was helpful, creative and easy to work with.
CrisBarnola nailed it. I was looking for something bold but with a touch of feminine. While other designers focused on the wording, CrisBarnola was able to create a logo that could be used on products on multiple levels, and a brand that I can see my target market really enjoying. Creating the identity of Strawberry Boots Inc, is all thanks to Cris. She worked relentlessly on all of my requests, and there were A LOT. We tweeked it over and over again, and everytime I had a request she fulfilled it. Fast to respond and great suggestions. She was very professional, and I could tell she really enjoyed her work. Will definitely be working with her in the near future. Thank you so much!
How emilyrosewitcher started their illustration or graphics journey
Who are you known as?
Emily Rose Artworks
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I need a logo for my business which is essentially me selling my artwork; Originals, prints and cards. I would like to eventually turn my art into a brand which can be on products ranging from mugs and tea towels to stationary. Hannah Dale of 'Wrendale designs' has done this, and this is my end goal for my artwork as a brand.
It is called Emily Rose Artworks and I focus on coloured, pencil crayon wildlife and animal portraits on a blank background. At the moment my main subjects are hares and stags, but it will incorporate all sorts of British wildlife as well as pets.
My main target audience for my wildlife artwork is very much anyone, young or old, who is wanting to make a house feel like home with a classic English countryside vibe. I sell most of my work at country craft fairs and fetes at the moment but now want to start selling in galleries and online and encourage a larger target audience. I want the busy city dweller to feel like this is a style of artwork that would look just as much at home in a chic flat as it would in a rural cottage or country house.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I would like a logo that will be the main logo of the business and that can be placed onto business cards, a website and any other letters and stationary required.
I would also like the main logo to either incorporate a smaller aspect of the logo that can be used on its own, for use on smaller labels or as a small signature stamp. (Maybe a small stylised rose or a capital 'E' and 'R' back to back in a similar style to the logo, but not too similar to the Queen! or overlaid onto each other?). For example you have 'Mcdonalds' as the logo but the 'M' is also used on its own and is instantly recognisable as part of that franchise.
My style is classic, slightly rustic and my artwork is very much inspired by my home in the beautiful English countryside. I have added some examples of my work below. I have only recently started so unfortunately don't have too many examples.
I like the idea of an old-fashioned/vintage style design and I don't mind if it is in colour or greyscale but if it is colour than nothing too garish and bright.
I chose illustration rather than logo design because it is artwork that I am trying to sell and figured that at artist is better at telling a story of a business. I have added some examples below to the sort of things I like as well as my artwork but I am very much open to all sorts of ideas and it doesn't necessarily need to be anything too complicated. I look forward to seeing what you come up with.