the work is very fast and always according to our wishes
How kaylabeard started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a photographer. I photograph people but also am jumping into landscape and freelance art in all area's. My target audience is families, not too young of couples, people who appreciate art and classic photography.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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
My current watermark is too.... "pretty/modern". I'd like to change it just enough to fit into my brand (attached). I want to keep the concept (backwards K, connected to the B).
I'm looking for a logo; I'd like the Grand Teton Mountain Range included along with a sketched lupine wildflower; nothing too feminine - in between feminine and masculine.
I'd say my brand voice is pretty minimalistic (but not necessarily modern), raw, clean/not too heavy, mountainous/rustic-ish. I am located in an extremely rustic/moutainous region and showcase that in my art and my personality. I'm not a hippie and not glam by any means. Basic and easy going on the front end of the business and hustle hustle and all business on the back end. I don't want to come across as too basic; I just deal well with people and clients. I'm not too loud/outgoing, but certainly not shy/reserved. I'd like to align my brand logo up with my personality as much as possible. That's where "minimal" comes to mind. Nothing too loud, nothing too quiet.
I avoid extremely saturated colors in general when it comes to my brand. I do like to pair cool colors (light grey's) with warmish colors but it's tricky and haven't found that sweet spot yet.
Images shown below of what I'm drawn to but I have an open mind.