Great job and listened to what I wanted. Thought outside the box instead of doing similar designs that others sent.
Amazing. Brilliant. Talented. I love this designer and I want to work with them on everything!! Highly recommended!!!
So helpful and willing to make any and all updates...quickly! Thanks so much and hope to work with you again!
- Trisna Art
Well done. Thank you
How lanetannerdesigns 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
Foterra Jewelry is a manufacturer and retailer of photographic art jewelry. We use vivid landscape photographs to create our jewelry pieces. The images are framed in elegant, modern gold and silver shapes inspired by the photos. Our customers are professional and outdoorsy women aged 30-50 that value a unique, meaningful, and timeless item.
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elegant, strong. however, we are not looking for a mascot
although we are unsure we want a graphic, like how to graphic is incorporated with word
word based, cool font
word based, whimsical.
dig the font, simplicity, phrase underneath
word based, distinctive font
clean, pops, cool font, sets a bright mood
simple design, logo font based, word based, classic
We are currently rebranding including a name change - please see our current website at LaneTannerjewelry.com for more info, product examples, and our current "vibe" which we'd like to carry on. We'd like to keep our logo black and white (grayscale) so not to distract from the jewelry. Our displays and materials are black and white, thus allowing the jewelry to pop. Our jewelry is rooted in vivid landscape photography. We create a product that is both experiential and tangible art. We are a visual and colorful brand that aims to refresh one’s awe for amazing moments in nature.
We'd like to the logo to be rooted in the words "foterra jewelry". Just to clarify the name .... foterra = foto + terra ... latin roots of "Photo+earth". One idea is to play off a camera's aperture setting ... commonly referred to as the "F-stop" or "f-number". As a ratio, the f-stop has a mathematical definition (which you can google), but the setting on the camera is commonly indicated using a hooked f with the format f/N, where N is the numerical camera setting ( or "f-number" - can look up "f-number" on wikipedia). We were thinking the "f" of foterra could be prominent, and the "t" could be prominent as well, slashing through the logo like the slash dividing f/N .... of course the "-erra" of "foterra" would follow the slashing "t" to complete the word logo. We are not sure if we want the logo to just be the word "foterra", or "foterra jewelry". We are interested in incorporating the phrase "photo.earth.jewelry". We are also interested in an additional smaller, condensed logo similar to this design: https://99designs.com/brand-identit…31/entries