Pallavi is a warm, friendly and very professional designer with great ideas and also a great capacity to incorporate feedback, develop further and really progress within the entire time range of the contest. She provided me with a wonderful new design for my yoga and massage studio. I also had the feeling that she is willing to walk the extra mile and really puts an effort into understanding what the customer really wants and then tries to incorporate that in the logo design. I can only recommend working with her. Thanks a lot!!
Great to work with, enjoy MAZAYA alot. Thank you for the awesome logo!
Super work and communication!
I love working with Wolfie. He is very creative and responds quickly.
How fkish started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
We have thought about "Bringing the Past Forward" or "Style & Culture"
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We sell unique hand-made purses, bags, and other accessories that are up-cycled from traditional garments of Mayan women, primarily from the highlands of Guatemala. These traditional garments are called "huipil" and are typically very colorful.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Other color requirements
Because our product is generally very colorful, we envision a logo that is maybe black and white or possibly only one or two colors.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
One of the principal reasons for starting our business is to give back to the community where these beautiful garments originate. Not only do we intend to pay above market wages for the production of our products, we also plan to give back a portion of our profits to that same community to improve health and education. We have contemplated a symbol, preferably abstract, that reflects the origin of the product. For instance an abstract depiction of a Queztal (Guatemala's national bird), or a jaguar. We are also interested in seeing an arrow, with feathers, also abstract. The arrow would consistent with our idea to "bring the past forward." Below are some logos designs we like but not quite right