AndyS77 has been amazing to work with and put so much work into our design. This has been an amazing experience.
Virtuoso submitted his proposal late, but immediately convinced with a strong, aesthetic design that was perfectly crafted. The collaboration was simple, efficient and enjoyable. All print data in perfect quality. I can highly recommend him.
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- Cary O
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- czorovich K
How karina.klehm started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Sage & Seeker
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The focus of my business / brand is healing through yoga and Reiki (energy healing). I want to build a brand around peace / wellness and attract clients for small group or 1:1 sessions. Eventually I will add a store component with vintage / home goods (crystals, plants, boho furniture/textiles etc) which will expand the focus to healing heart and home.
The name of the business is Sage & Seeker. The idea behind this is sage = wise one, seeker = person looking for clarity, peace of mind, etc., but we are all constantly interchanging roles, or encompassing both at the same time as we're always learning from each other / growing with each other.
I'm really drawn to vintage lettering / anything retro or 70s inspired (floral peace signs, etc.). I see the logo as being feminine with muted/neutral colors.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Spa & Esthetics
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 love a floral peace sign -- I love the feminine feel.
This is my favorite of the inspiration images. I love the black and white, the floral peace sign. It's simple, feminine, delicate, and communicates what the brand is about: peace and tranquility.
This is the actual graphic I will have in my studio on blankets, pillows, etc., so it's important the logo meshes well with this graphic.
I like the moon sitting inside the larger flower and the intricacy of the mandala design.
I like the floral border and simple black and white feel of this logo.
I like this delicate, simplistic version of a floral peace sign.
I like retro fonts -- I'm not sure it will work with some of the delicate, floral imagery I like, but if there's a way to make the type more narrow so it fits, I would like that.
The feel of the company is spiritual and the focus is healing, but I'm also inspired by the 70s and the peace and love nostalgia of the hippie era. I would love a floral peace sign incorporated in the logo to bring in that 70s feel, but also keep it feminine and delicate. In terms of color palette, I am open to whatever the design requires, but I am leaning toward black on a white background to keep it simple.