I had a logo designed a year ago and forgot to leave a review (I'm ashamed). I cannot say how happy I am with the design process and the final product. I get compliments all of the time about how my logo stands out amongst my competitors in my industry. Highly recommend!
Great logo design, responsive to feedback and iteration. Amazing job.
- Aki Saputra
Top artistic skills. Minimalist style with maximum expression.
Great work and quick turnaround. TY!
- Stage Two
Tamas was not one of my original designers prompted to submit for my contest. I reached out to Tamas after seeing his online portfolio, it was great seeing his presence online other than just on 99Designs. After sending Tamas and invitation to my contest, he promptly responded and thanked me. I knew already that I should be thanking him! Tamas worked with us to really refine what we were looking for in our brewery logo. Not only do we have a "parent logo" but we also have a mini "suite" of other related designs that can be used throughout our business. Tamas was great to work with. We will be reaching out to him with any future projects.
- Brew Project
How Gabrielle.beretta started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Design Muse is a lifestyle styling company that offers a variety of services in home, event and wardrobe styling (view a partial list of services here: http://designmuseblog.blogspot.com/…ices.html). Due to the wide range of services we provide, our clients vary quite a bit in age. Our target audience is women ages 25-50+.
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
We're in the process of joining two affiliated companies and re-branding both accordingly. The first logo attached is our NJ based company who's customers are primarily high end (and thus tend to be somewhat older). The second logo is from our TN based company who's customers are younger than their NJ counterparts but still have disposable dollars to spare. Both companies used a somewhat literal "muse" in their logo...as you can see one is very rich and distinguished while the other is fresh and young. While we love the idea of finding a "muse" with a more classic look that would appeal to both audiences, we're open to the idea of not using one at all. A different interpretation of muse, a different kind of image all together or simply a styled text are all within the range of possibility.
In terms of what we're looking for, the buzzwords we came up with are: clean, simple, beautiful, stylish and ageless. It's very important that the logo be read-able, but I love the look of sans serif font being combined with a more handwritten look (i.e.-'Design Muse' in sans serif, 'Styling' below it in a more decorative font).
I know classic is a relative term so I attached a few samples that matched the general vibe I have in mind.
Thanks so much for your interest in working on our project!