The design I received met the brief very well, I feel that they really took into consideration everything that I had asked for and made it fit to that perfectly. The designer was very quick to make changes as they were requested and responded to messages quick and kindly.
always excellent service
We are thrilled with our new logo! Thank you so much for your speedy turnaround and creativity!
Thanks again! Great designer to work with!
Srcko had the winning design because he 1) reads thoughtfully the brief, 2) carries artistic insight to the design based on reflective creativity determined by his best reading of the brief, and 3) works hard to please by producing variations quickly for the customer to review and guide the process within the prescribed time limits. Overall this was a fantastic 99D experience because Srcko performed his work as he did. We are very excited about the design and highly recommend this designer!
I love the simple elegant style of this design but love especially the personal tough of a hand drawn illustration.
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We make ultra-limited release wines from select vineyards in Santa Barbara County in partnership with top winemakers. We sell primarily to members of our wine club and select restaurants.
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We have a logo but are looking for a new one--this is primarily to be used for a new wine label we would like to have designed. The label needs to be reused for the different wines we make: Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Rosé and a Rhone blend. Each one comes from a different vineyard and needs to also present the wine-growing region, or AVA, as well as the vintage.
We are interested in two different potential styles (or others that you conceive): (1) a sophisticated lettering that evokes the name San Sé, which is the nickname for the Basque city, San Sebastian, in northern Spain; and (2) in addition to the lettering, a hand-drawn image that represents the city of San Sebastian, potentially the famous La Concha bay or a street in the Old City where there are many pintxo (tapas) bars.
Our website http://www.sansewines.com shows you our current logo which we believe is too playful for the quality of the wine. We need to make a smaller label to fit new bottles. The label will need to be 3.25 inches by 3.25 inches square.
Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!