Visual Lure has been so busy that we’ve missed a couple projects we designed from a while back. Months ago, we designed this logo for Elisa Cicinelli, a very talented photographer from San Francisco, California. Elisa shoots everything from corporate and weddings, to high school seniors and families, and she services the greater San Francisco Bay Area, including Napa Valley, Sonoma, Peninsula & East Bay, Monterey and Carmel Valley. You can view her photography at www.elisacicinelli.com.
Below is the final logo and watermark we designed along with a sample identity package (letterhead, envelop and business card design).
Shue Studios, a Dallas Fort Worth photography studio, recently hired Visual Lure to design a new logo. They wanted to somehow incorporate two letter S’s in the logo mark, and they really liked the logo we designed for Scott Yarberry Photography. Below are the initial logo design options we provided, and at the very bottom are the final logos. As you can see, some of the options (and the final logo) have a similar feel to the Scott Yarberry logo, but are still completely different. It is a good example of how you can use an existing logo to inspire the creation of another one without copying it in any way.
Visual Lure recently completed a new logo design for Scott Yarberry Photography, a talented group of photographers in Allen, Texas.
The final logo (below) features a modern three-dimensional ribbon-like monogram complimented by a clean simple typeface. Underneath the final logos are all the initial logo design options we provided.
We also provided the final logos in vertical formats, and alternative “solid, non-gradient” formats that can be used for applications like embroidery or embossing, where gradients can not be reproduced.
Kristian Kapon, a Dallas Fort Worth (Texas) photographer, contracted Visual Lure to design a new logo and custom WordPress website for his photography company. We would say that more than 95% of the time we nail logos down on the first round of options, or at minimum, we get a strong starting point to work with. Well, this was one of the rare occasions where it took a couple of rounds to get one nailed down. In our discovery stage, we always ask our clients to provide us with some sample logos they really like. Kristian provided us with a batch of logos that could have been broken down into two different styles, some where simple and clean and others were more dimension with effects, bevels and shadows. Since most of the samples where clean and simple we explored those options, but what he really wanted was something with a little more “bling”.
Below are the initial logo design options we provided Kristian (he did somewhat like one), and below that are the second round of options. At the very bottom you will see the final logo design. Even though we added the 3-D metallic effects, we feel the mark itself is very strong, a monogram featuring two overlapping “K”s.
Check back soon as we will be working on his new custom WordPress website.
Crystal Clear Images, a professional photography studio located in Newfoundland, Canada, recently hired Visual Lure to design a new logo and custom WordPress website/theme. The new website will feature easy to maintain photography portfolios and a seamlessly integrated blog. We will also be providing them with search engine optimization (SEO) services.
Below are the initial logo design options we provided the client. Check back soon to see the final logo design and the new WordPress website.