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It was great working with danc, he was very responsive to our suggestions and we are very pleased with his design
Dalim was wonderful to work with. In the final stage of the contest, I had 3 designers whose work I liked, each one of them working with a quite similar design, but none of them feeling magic. Then, at the last moment, Dalim sailed in with Gold Ink in the title and that was what did it! The image truly clicked. She was very timely about her communication and willing to make whatever changes were desired. My only recommendation was that she let people know she is a woman. Somehow, once I found that out, I felt even happier to have chosen her.
Fantastic designer. Very happy with the final result!
- Biserka Design
Amazing as always!
We keep going back to Stefanos because he is simply the best at what he does!
- City Square
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Nurtures rural women around the world to bloom where they are planted
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
A book cover with spine and back for a fiction novel. The title is "The Girl Who Grew Butterfly Wings". 12 fables in which the characters grow mentally and spiritually - needs to portray a sense of growth, evolution and becoming more. The book is similar in style to "The Alchemist" by Paulo Coelho. Strong pattern rather than an image would be fine. You can explore my book Pinterest board for inspiration phoebe Maroulis
I want any reference to butterflies to be strong not flowery. Rich, exotic colours - deep reds, indigo, aubergine. A fluid, almost calligraphic font but not too cluttered. Either pattern or original artwork rather than photography but if you really think a photographic image would work include it.
A grounded, earthy, rural feel. The book portrays life in a country town.