Staci needed a logo for her new mobile beauty business. She wanted a logo that would work on social media and on business cards.
Staci wanted a ‘girly but professional’ looking logo with a watercolour background. A dusky pink, gold and mint green colour scheme works well with brush lettering.
A lovely challenging logo project for Colour & Stitch. Colour & Stitch design and make custom bags and were looking for a bespoke logo. Having had a bad experience with a different designer Georgia wanted an affordable logo that fulfilled the design brief.
Georgia wanted pastel shades with a shabby chic look, with the unusual but striking choice of having using watercolours to complete the project
100 stars wouldn’t be enough for this amazing lady! I have searched high an low for someone who can do a watercolour logo for me! Not only Liz has done what I requested for, she exceeded ALL my expectations in terms of customer service, work quality, time scale commitments (and the price was fab too!). Also, she put up with my blabbering and my lack of computer knowledge and gave me all the details and explanations I required! Totally, totally recommend her and her company!!! One fab job from the beginning to the end! One fabulous logo for me!!! Thank you!!!! xxx
If there is such a thing as a pen geek, I am it. I first came across Rotring isograph pens when in architecture school, where we used them for technical drawing. These pens come in a variety of nib sizes, from the minuscule 0.1mm all the way up to 1mm. These different thicknesses can be used to create a line hierarchy – the more structural lines are thicker, and the detailed lines are thinner. The precision and smoothness of the lines are unparalleled.
Nowadays I mainly use these pens for logo design or for illustration. You have to be careful not the smudge your work, but that just means being a little more patient.