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It’s a Boy!

Posted on December 19, 2013

Visual Lure would like to introduce its latest creation, Benjamin Young Hong. Born on 12/10/13 at 9:10 pm weighing in at 5lbs 8 ozs and 19″ long.

Photo by Taylor Cincotta

Justen Hong of Visual Lure Writes Web Design Article in March Issue of Shutter Magazine

Posted on March 8, 2013

Justen Hong of Visual Lure recently wrote an article in the March 2013 issue of Shutter Magazine entitled “Make the Most of Your Website“.  To read it, all you need to do is sign up for the magazine, it’s all online and it’s FREE!

Shutter Magazine is an educational magazine for professional photographers that is a true multi-media experience merging print, video, and audio. It features tips on photography techniques, but more importantly tips on how to run a successful photography business. Its contributors are a list of who’s who in the photography industry including: Salvatore Cincotta, Skip Cohen, Michael Corsentino, Dave Cross, Vanessa Joy, Justin & Mary Marantz, Lori Nordstrom, Blair Phillips, and Jen Rozenbaum just to name a few.

Here is the first paragraph of Justen’s article: As a professional photographer your number one marketing and advertising tool, without question, is your website.  Potential clients should be able to find it on search engines. It should be viewable on all devices and computers and display properly on all browsers. It should showcase your BEST work, reflect your image and brand, and it should be user-friendly.  Below is the recipe for a successful website… Continue reading the article by signing up here: www.behindtheshutter.com/shuttermag.


Web Design Article for Shutter Magazine Cover

Family Crest/Coat of Arms for the Broyles, a St. Louis Metro East Family

Posted on February 5, 2013

Visual Lure was recently contracted to design a custom family crest/coat of arms for the Broyles, a St. Louis Metro East family. Using design elements taken from both sides of his family crests, plus adding new elements, we combined them to create a new custom coat of arms. Our client wanted the new crest to look centuries old, so we drew the entire crest by hand and kept that feel when we converted it into digital artwork.

Here is the initial sketch our client provided us:


logo design client sketch

…and here is my initial sketch:

family crest logo design my sketch

…and here is the final artwork with color, texture and shading:

St. Louis logo design for family crest

Learn more about our logo design services and don’t forget to check out our logo design portfolio.