The whole experience was great! Any adjustments were never a problem and were done straight away.
Fantastic and very responsive
Maria did a great job, couldn't have asked for anything more! Exactly what I asked for.
How made by mary started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Made by Mary
What’s your company slogan?
Food & Fine Art Photography
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I'm a foodstylist (I make recipes and style the dish for a photoshoot) and I'm a food and event photographer as well as a professional food blogger. I just recently started getting assignments as a wedding photographer and I am thinking of getting into that business as well.
My my target audience: mainly PR-firms and other companies in the food/beverage industry. If I go into the wedding pohotography my target audience will change and include couples looking for a photographer for their wedding as well.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I'd like my logo to "work" for both my food blog and for communicating with PR-firms and wedding couples. It's important that the logo isn't too "stiff" and "serious" but that it has a creative and playful feeling without being childish. I really like the watercolour logos that I've attached and would be happy if I would find something that has the same feel to it, without it being a copy of their logos. My favourite are the firs two for "dagmars kitchen" and "2 brides" that are both soft and feminine but not childish.
I will be using the logo on my webpage, in the header at my blog and on top of invoices and in the end of mailkonversations.
I think, and hope, that the attached logotypes says "it all" about what I like and I really want something in that area when it comes to both style, fonts and the "feel" of the logo.