STGMT is an innovative and thoughtful professional brand artist. His gracious patience in working with me indeed allowed his own exceptional creativity to generate a truly singular and optimal final logo image that is superb design-wise, and impressively alludes to key aspects of the company's business. He was always efficient and responsive, while always methodical and conscientious to explore entirely new imagery. Bravo and thank you Igor for your talent and support...
Loved how proactive this designer was to help me see all the other ways to look at the design. Sometimes as a business owner we need someone to show us the options. Thank you!
- Adrian K.
Very professional and high quality work.
How weinT started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
"Anno 1564" or alternativly "Weingut"
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a family owned and family run winery in the Kamptal region in Austria. Most of our wines are white wines (especially Grüner Veltliner) We sell our wines to nearly whole Europe and to the United States. As we sell most of our wines through traders we have all kinds of ages. As we do not sell cheap bulk wine our costumers are quite high sophisticated in matters of wine.
We own the oldest wooden winepress in the german speaking world (built in 1564) and also our roots go back to this date – always connected to vinyards and wine.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We like that Turrano as is appears here also works as a brand without the logo
We would like to redesign our existing logo
The name STEINSCHADEN should also work as a brand itself.
Several suggestions concerning the fonds would be nice as this is very important for the logo.
the logo can be changed a little bit (maybe modernized or finer lines or handdrawn and so on)
The logo will mostly appear on labels.
next step will be a design of a new label.
We are looking for a redesign of our logo - so the old original logo (or parts of it) should be recognizable in the new design - of course it could be modified.