Ela is uplifting and a joy to work with. She's responsive and patient in order to get the designs as close to perfect as possible
I loved how creative the idea was...really outside the box. And it aligned with my last book which I appreciated.
Artist was truly original and delivered exactly what we wanted. Had very few major revisions, was quick to respond and allowed us to end the contest well ahead of schedule. Will try to work with them again.
Creative and professional designs, good communication, and overall a very positive experience. Wouldn't hesitate to work with A3 again.
How Wolfcrest started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Wedding photo and video, lifestyle photography, studio portraiture. Target audience to engaged couples, women and men between the ages of 20-50 for professional studio portraiture. Higher end clients, services and products are a bit expensive.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
I like the idea of gold being incorporated into it but mostly want a calming, relaxing, soothing palette. I like jewel tones (emerald green, midnight blue), dark neutrals (grays), brown and black as well. Absolutely no bright or neon colors! Thank you!A
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I love the sophistication and the elegance of this icon. The font and emblem look expensive and classic, not overly masculine but not too feminine. I think its a strong piece.
This logo is a bit too busy for me, but I do like how expensive it looks. I do NOT want it to be overly medieval.
This icon and serif font definitely look "classical" and have a bit of age to it. I think the knot is a tiny bit too medieval - I am moreso interested in tasteful Victorian. Should look expensive and timeless!
I do like the key or any keyhole aspects. I am open to a crest design but don't want it to be medieval or quite this busy. Having the curved lines rather than all straight make it not as masculine or aggressive, which I also like. A touch of feminine (not overly so), classic, Victorian -- all what I would be looking for!
A bit too modern for me, but I do like the simplicity of it. This sans serif font also looks pretty classic.
I love this color palette and think the icon is strong and not too busy.
An interesting idea with a stag (deer) and a crest. Subtle and clean, but it is not Victorian at all and is too modern for me but I still like the subtlety of the stag. If a wolf is involved, I do not want the wolf to be obvious.
Classic/timeless, romantic, subtle Victorian is what I am looking for. NO LITERAL WOLVES OR HOWLING WOLF HEADS, subtle wolf features or subtle hints at wolves are fine. Nothing relating to cameras or photography lenses in the design at all, please!!! Also, I do not want overly modern or geometric icons! A crest shape is fine, open to initials being incorporated as well. Do not want script fonts, leaning towards serif but open to sans-serif if it remains classic. I am also open to a key or keyhole icon or even a crescent moon (hints at a wolf), but absolutely no wolf heads howling into a moon. I want this logo to look expensive and timeless! Open to your suggestions/creativity if you have any ideas, but for a mood board I had created with a few ideas, see: https://www.pinterest.com/wolfcrest/mood-board/