Clewon's designs were such a stand out front the first submission. They were imaginative, perfectly balanced, elegant, stylish, and unique. Interpretation of my brief was brilliant. She was receptive to all my requests for changes. So happy with my design!
Fast and always helpful!
Hit the brief early on in the process.
The challenge of finding a replacement for our logo was not easy. The designs submitting all came along with queries on how the illustration could improve. But we were looking for a design that stood out and it was hard to simply give advice on refinement. But G.Artman's design stood out from the crowd. And it wasn't until he submitted his second take on the concept that we knew we had something awesome. He tweaked it a little more for the final round and it just looked well balanced and full of meaning - he understood what we were looking for. So stoked for the outcome! Thanks!
- Good Buzz
How infovuw started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Valentine Weiss Whiskey
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We will be a distillery focused on whiskey. The logo will need to accommodate future names of whiskey for the brand line. So this logo is for the entire company, but it will need to make space for us to add in vintage and series names.
The distillery is in Texas, so it could incorporate the Texas state shape, etc.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We could incorporate the head of this photo in some form. I'm also up for a design that doesn't have the head at all. Either literally or a graphic interpretation as the brand character "Valentine Weiss". I'm also attaching a wine bottle logo that is down the similar vein of what I like.