Caryn was amazing to work with! She was so quick to respond and adjust things as I wanted. She truly understood my concept and executed it beautifully!!! I would recommend her to anyone.
Shana is so easy to work with - she understands the style I'm looking for and delivers everytime. Would definitely recommend Shana.
How Vpreziose started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Too Chic Productions
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our company is dedicated to photographing and filming women wether it be a boudoir or fashion inspired shoot. It's a full service (photo, video, hair, makeup, styling, location, custom album design, 2-3 minute commercial/video) production. Our main goal is to provide the everyday woman with a fashion inspired photo shoot with the same elements that a celebrity or model photo shoot would consist of. We want her to feel special, beautiful and sexy and be wowed with the final products...giving her something that she otherwise never would have dreamed of.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Too Chic was originally a play on words...could also mean Two Chicks, as in Vanessa (photographer) and Jennifer (videographer). I want Too Chic to be more prominent than the word Productions.
You can see from the attachments that (for some reason) I am drawn to silhouettes. I am very interested in seeing a woman (with long eyelashes and hair) displayed within the logo or even type in a creative, simple and clean way.
It is VERY important that the font and image of woman (or whole logo for that matter) will be easy for album companies to imprint the logo on or inside of an album. It cannot be too intricate. Otherwise, the album companies won't be able to use my logo for imprinting. The imprinting will be done on either leather, paper or other types of cloth.