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How Leaschor started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our Company sells antique jewelry, vintage beads and buttons, and old component parts to designers all over the globe. We sell at trade shows, but we have a large e-commerce store as well.
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We sell old watches, so I thought something with watch hands might be good. Also, Sandy is a man, so it probably needs to be masculine, but our customers are women, so it needs to appeal to them as well. Also, his initials, S.S. are great, but it cannot be at all related to THE "SS", if you get my drift. We work with a lot of designers, so it needs to have groovy feel. I like the tree that was a sample on this website. We sell at a lot of antique shows, so we could go with something vintage, but a lot of people in our world do that and it's kind of boring. If it is vintage look, it needs to be different and still a little edgy. Our customers are mostly women, thirty-something to middle age, mostly educated and very creative. We have a lot of foreign customers...Japan and Europe. We would like to make that market grow larger. Our website is beadsbysandy.com. We've had it for almost fifteenyears and it is in desperate need of a facelift. We have a website company working on a new site, but we need a logo to update our image. Sandy is 64 years old, but very hip and cool.