Super flexible and very talented designer. He could not have been more responsive or patient! We feel so fortunate to have found Luckykid for this work and we're extremely satisfied.
How Kendall started their logo design journey
I'm a clothing designer who is starting up an apparel manufacturing company, specifically my own clothing line. The apparel will be targeted for woman ages 20-45. The concept will be feminine, eclectic, classic and vintage-inspired. I have been gravitating to a simple blk/white typewriter font for the logo but I would love to have any other suggestions.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The clientele will be woman ages 20-45 who shop in contemporary boutique environments. She looks for the special details and trims and will pay a little more for a nicer fabrics. She is stylish and well put together. Often times she pairs unlikely pieces together in order to create a juxtaposition of concepts- silk ruffle blouse with a pair of destroyed vintage washed skinny denim jeans.
Again, as mentioned above I was imagining the name in a standard American typewriter font in all lower case letters with a period at the end. Essentially, I want the name to be simple and understated but not boring. Something that catches the eye with mystery but has a cool edge at the same time. I'm also seeing the font broken a bit ( as if the ink was running out on the typewriter). thanks.