Great work as usual! I’ll work with SHANAshay again in future.
This is my second project with D! and I couldn't be more happy with the results. Easy to work with and a creative genius!
Nives was flexible, responsive to my emerging ideas, and communicative. She was great to deal with and is clearly a talented designer.
- Kristy - OT
Great to work with and very accommodating with multiple changes.
How KellyGingery started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Sugar Pie Tees
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am launching a fabulous & fun online T-shirt shop on July 1, 2012. It's called Sugar Pie Tees & it's named after me, my fiance's nickname for me is Sugar Pie. I've been describing it as....Sugar Pie Tees: Serving Tees With A Slice Of Sassy & Spice. May I Take Your Order? (but I don't want the tagline in the logo). My target demo is women ages 25 to 65 who want to wear tees that are great looking, comfy and have fun, witty graphics/sayings, etc. I want people to ask my customers: "Where did you get that great T-shirt?"
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
I am a 47-year-old female...fun, savvy, hip, well-versed on current pop culture, etc. I also love all things retro, Hollywood, movies (current & classic), 50's diners, etc. My initial thought for this logo was: Sugar Pie is the character that represents my tee biz, my brand...me. She's a smart, sassy, attractive BRUNETTE, 50's diner waitress carrying a plate with a piece of cherry pie a la mode. Sugar Pie is me. Sugar Pie Tees are what I'm servin' up. I chose the Red, Black, White & Chrome color scheme because that says diner to me. If I had a brick & mortar shop (which I very well might some day...), it would most likely have a kitschy, retro, 50's diner vibe. While I really like the idea of a character representing my brand (and me)...I would also consider a logo with just a really cool piece of pie on an interesting, perhaps retro-looking plate. I'm attaching 3 images to help communicate my design ideas, but I REALLY look forward to seeing the fun & creative ideas that you all come up with!