The concept Artlokus developed for us was a unique, creative logo that expresses the essence of our brand. Communication was excellent, with quick and creative response to art direction. It was a pleasure.
She creates beautiful designs and great to work with.
Mashaj did a fantastic design and really captured the theme I was seeking
- Chris Flores Design
He was excellent, thank you so much. Pleasure to work with and performed updates as needed.
How gwhite6 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
yoga / yoga punk / spirituality / Buddhism / Bhakti. Workshops and teacher trainings for predominantly Asian, European, Australian women age 25-30
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Open to all colour suggestions.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Font / Use of colour
Not so serious or corporate
Stands out but its also a bit lame.
Good combo of design colour and image
Bit like graffiti art
The logo will be incorporated into a new website - http://www.sanayogini.com. It will be used primarily to market yoga workshops and events and teacher trainings in Bali, Asia and Europe. Goal is to position Sanna as an experienced and accomplished international teacher offering a unique mix of asana, philosophy and bhakti yoga. This combination leads to a kind of brand positioning I call ' yoga punk ' which is actually reflected in Sannas lifestyle and image - see attached. Could explore India/Pop art little retro.
What do we want people to do with the website?
Attend an event or book Sanna for a workshop and event
What is the main message to come from the website?
The site should not have a commercial look and feel. It should be highly inspirational and visual and appeal to the main target group – female 30 years, single Asian/European. It should acknowledge her teachers and lineage.