I loved working with Uma. The design she produced was wonderful. I had no real vision in mind and she read me well. It did take longer than I had anticipated but both of us had some life challenges to deal with and the end product was worth the wait. I feel like I have a new friend that I would be really happy to work with if there is need in the future.
belart has helped us to create a design for our new rug cleaning spa. bellart did several changes until we found the design that we liked. I would will have bellart work on other items when the need comes up.
Mike S, NY
The designer did an EXCELLENT job on our new vehicle wrap! The patience and multiple revisions to our 100% likings were greatly appreciated!
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Soul Grateful is fashion with a purpose. An upcoming accessory line, the first product to be featured will be Mala Beads. Mala Beads can be worn by anyone: yogis, the person that has never practiced yoga, fashionistas, professionals in a suit, your parents, your grandparents, your children, runners, kite-boarders, truck drivers...
No matter your profession or hobby, we are all the same and at the end of the day we each are grateful for something. The mala beads will feature numerous designs, some one of a kind, but with each mala telling a story based on the beads/gemstones used in the design. These mala beads are being created with the intention that no matter what each day brings, to embrace it and to be more aware of our individual blessings. Just like the symbolism of the peacock feather, we believe that there is a healing energy in gratitude that can be used to assist people seeking balance and harmony in their lives. The peacock is a symbol of integrity and the beauty we can achieve when we endeavor to show our true colors. Our designs will exude beauty, love, compassion, soul and gratitude.
(The line will later feature bracelets and scarves.)
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I attached 6 pictures.
The 1st one is an example of the play on words of my logo 'Soul Grateful'. I want the logo to make people stop for a second and see the two variations of the words 'Soul Grateful' and 'So Grateful' and ask themselves, what is my Soul So Grateful for? I like how the U and L of SOUL is faded out, yet still visible. I would like this word in print font. I would like the second work "Grateful" in a script or script inspired font.
The 2nd picture is how I would like the shape of my peacock to be. The head at the top, with the feathers trailing down. I like this color scheme in addition to the traditional peacock feathers I listed above. I also like the way the words are a mix of font (script and print) and where the words are in location to the designs.
The 3rd one I love the vibrancy and life of this peacock. This peacock but the body flowing downwards like photo 2. I also like the color scheme here.
The 4th one is just the peacock feather, but I would like to incorporate a variation of this. Perhaps how in picture 2, the heart is incorporated, but separate of the main design. I would like the ability to have the feather stand alone with just the words 'Soul Grateful' or even in the font in place of the letter O.
The 5th one I really like the way the words are in the design, and the contrast in the fonts. Perhaps the full peacock can be to the left, the 'Soul Grateful' similar to the layout here and the individual peacock feather trailing in the middle of the two words like this logo depicts.
The 6th picture I want the feathers of my peacock trailing down to depict the traditional peacock feather patterns shown here. I don't like how the tail is wispy and see through. I want solid color feathers like in pictures 2 and 3, but with the smaller peacock pattern shown in this picture.