Devil Mind is as easy to work with as he is talented!
Any requests we made for different colors and different versions of the logo were answered the same day, and he was a pleasure to work with. Would recommend him for any project.
Great job, everything worked well and all of our requests were taken care!
Nuglio is a fantastic designer. He quickly rose to the top with his designs in a large contest with over 145 submissions. His designs were very clean, strong, and perfect for my brand. He was very flexible and submitted every file I asked for. I would definitely hire Nuglio again and will work with him going forward!
A great designer. She was able to provide us with a minimalistic logo that conveyed the message of our brand and had an elegant look & feel.
I'd recommend her for sure.
- Branna ✏️
Branna is truly amazing to deal with. She is very creative and always delivers on time. Highly recommend her for all design needs.
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How I_am started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
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Scene Siren is a lifestyle blog written by me about living in New York and the best of what I've found that the culture has to offer in fashion, art, music, shopping, entertainment, wine, food, cocktails, and everything of interest to the bon vivant.
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I want my logo to be an image that calls to mind my inspiration from Greek mythology in my writing combined with the modernity of the subjects I am interested in. I am open to different ideas, but I am thinking something along the lines of an outline of a woman or just the profile of a woman's head with medium to long hair. The inclusion of a wing or wing shape or reference in the design is optional as I find that I tend to favor designs that are more about the woman and the city than those about a siren or mythology which seem to tend to be too literal. If a designer can make the Siren or wing reference subtle, I would like to see how they would work it in. If any wings are included in the design, they should look more like a bird's wing, but I stress that you do not have to use a wing in the design. I like the idea of the eyes or just an inference of a face of a female watcher over a modern metropolis. The image could be a simple line drawing from the side or the front, but not too detailed or complicated. I want it to be a beautiful, powerful image that stands out as a logo, so avoid fine lines and fonts. Also, I want to see designs with several variations of text fonts included. I also want to see SCENE SIREN in ALL CAPS. You may also try using the same CAPITAL letter S to begin both words. I DO NOT want to see scene siren in all lower case. My blog is intended for a readership of people with at least a college education in major modern cities like New York who are interested in the arts, fashion, shopping, food, wine, and cocktails, and entertainment. I want the design to be sophisticated and not too literal. Please note that a siren in Greek mythology is not a mermaid. That is a common misconception. Also, please do not submit any designs involving butterflies or butterfly wings. Thank you for your submissions.