Agi created a logo and and a brand new relabeling for my artisanal tortilla and tortilla chip business. I gave her my guidelines, ideas, direction, suggestions and she was exceedingly helpful in every regard. At every step along the way she gave me feedback, sought clarification, and gave details their due attention. Her time to respond was prompt, her patience was excellent, and her design work was exactly what I wanted and was looking for. I could not have been any happier with Agi and I hope to work with her again in the future.
Wonderful Designer! Very active and good communication. Everything was perfect!
- Sebastian W
How Crew63 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Jakolof Bay Oyster Co.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a small Oyster Farm in Alaska. We sell live oysters primarily, and some mussels, scallops and seaweed. Our audience is anyone who loves live oysters on the half shell.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We like the idea of a traditional oval seafood logo with an old etching feel, or wood block print feel, or rubber stamp feel, but it would be great if there were some way for it to have a modern twist - an example of what we consider a modern tist to an old look, would be the Gnarly Head wine label. The name of the bay where we are located is of Russian origin, so the idea of a cantankerous sea otter wearing a chapka and/or eating an oyster was one thought, but it should not be too cutesy. Other themes might be just oysters, mussels seaweed, or an oyster catcher (bird), or the bay itself.