Mulanes* was great to work with. He was very creative and responsive to all requests and suggestions, did research on our company to understand what we were looking for and went out of his way to be helpful. Very professional - would happily work with him again. Thanks, Muljanes*, for our great new logo!
pecas was amazing and we are happy to work with. We will ask her again in future.
- JOY ART DESIGN
Joy Art was fantastic to work with! The design blew my friends and family away and Joy always came back with the design iterations I asked for quickly. As I've mentioned to the designer already, we probably will be back for more graphic designs and will use Joy art!
How wova started their logo design journey
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Handcrafted jewellery combining stainless steel and Tasmanian specialty timbers. Jewellery is designed for women and appropriate to any age.
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The design is to be used initially for a banner across the top of my online store (the dimensions of this will be 760 pixels x 100 pixels) and to create labels for gift boxes (they will be approx 80mm x 50mm). I want a pattern that will fill the area of the banner & label with the word 'wova' incorporated into it - probably in the middle.
Even though I'm designing with timber I'd prefer there not be reference to timber/trees/Tasmania etc in the design. I'd also prefer nothing too 'girly' (i.e. cursive font). The jewellery is quite modern (think statement necklaces/plate necklaces). I'm looking for a design that's bold, different, a little quirky, maybe a little artsy.
I like the idea of geometric patterns or close up 'halftone dot' patterns (see examples attached) - particularly in black and white - with 'wova' designed into the pattern, so long as it stands out and is comfortable/easy to read.
I'm open to other ideas and colour schemes though just so long as the design/pattern fills the area of the banner/label.
(I make different designs/ styles but have attached some snap shots of two of my pieces made from Tasmanian Myrtle).