FOXGLOVE PHOTOGRAPHY LOGO

FOXGLOVE PHOTOGRAPHY LOGO


 When I met with my client we talked about her company. As we talked, I sketched out my ideas for her to see my approach.

When I met with my client we talked about her company. As we talked, I sketched out my ideas for her to see my approach.

 After sketching and brainstorming, I developed several designs for her to choose from. Here are the six. She picked her favorite ones and I implemented each to create one.

After sketching and brainstorming, I developed several designs for her to choose from. Here are the six. She picked her favorite ones and I implemented each to create one.

 Here is the final approach. Circle or square borders? she chose the circle.

Here is the final approach. Circle or square borders? she chose the circle.

 After creating the logo I designed business cards that best suited her company. Simple and clean was the way to go. FRONT: I selected one of the photos she took that would be most effective and one that would have space in the center for the logo. BACK (info side): For the back, I wanted her information to be on one side (left) so that there was negative black space. With white lettering it created a perfect contrast.

After creating the logo I designed business cards that best suited her company. Simple and clean was the way to go. FRONT: I selected one of the photos she took that would be most effective and one that would have space in the center for the logo. BACK (info side): For the back, I wanted her information to be on one side (left) so that there was negative black space. With white lettering it created a perfect contrast.

 After developing the logo and business cards, I decided to throw in a watermark which was the same typefaces as the logo its self

After developing the logo and business cards, I decided to throw in a watermark which was the same typefaces as the logo its self