Feilina really engaged with the contest and was very responsive to any feedback. I was very impressed with the range of ideas and styles which she produced and was delighted with the final result.
I liked his work very much. It went fast and uncomplicated, his designs are very appealing. I am glad that I was able to work with him. I will forward my next orders directly to him.
Great ideas, And awesome to work with
Virtuoso has been very accommodating to all our requests and provides great service. He designs are topnotch and will definitely work with again. Highly recommends his services.
Thank you for an excellent logo design. We love the originality and the effective way it represents our company.
Not only was he professional with quick turn arounds but he was graceful with me when I was challenging the artist direction. I am beyond impressed and grateful to have Vulcan in my design portfolio. I no doubt will be using him again! Thank you for making Modaliteas a powerful brand before even launching.
How david.dobrosky started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
The Swell Atelier
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am an individual craftsman, furniture maker and artist working in Red Hook, Brooklyn. I’m starting a company called The Swell Atelier. I work with a variety of media including wood, metal, stone, glass, lighting and oil paint. I strive to combine materials in unique and interesting ways to highlight the natural beauty of the material, while also adding an artistic, creative touch. My interests and passions are varied and include nature, travel, art, music and I like that to show in my work. In my commissioned pieces I try to incorporate personal details to remind my clients of what they love and care about, such as people, places, and memories. My main product line involves repurposing used wine barrels into liquor cabinets. I want my brand to represent well-crafted, handmade production with an artistic flare.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I’ve included a freehand sketch of a logo and I’d like the final design to resemble this. It includes a saw with the blade as a series of ocean waves. Since my main product is my fine craftsmanship and creativity, I want my logo to represent not a particular piece of furniture, but instead something that inspires me, and that is the ocean. It also ties to the location of my workshop, the coastal neighborhood of Red Hook, Brooklyn and the name of my company, The Swell Atelier. For this logo, feel free to use color, however I will eventually be purchasing an iron brand so that I can burn the logo into the furniture that I make, so in that case the color will be irrelevant and any extremely fine detail likely won’t translate well onto the iron brand. I’ve included pictures of some of my work, hopefully this will help give a sense of my style.