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How somethingaboutadove started their merchandise journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Hi, all. My name is Onix Price, and I'm a musician. Among records, we're trying to sell a style or idea that comes with the music. The idea behind getting this logo made, is to encapsulate the image of "Onix Price," that comes with the music. Demographically, we're reaching women (ages 16 to mid to late 20's) and men (around the same demographic.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
My aims are to design an appealing logo, that'll easily describe and encapsulate the image of "Onix Price," as well as two merchandise designs. Just to give a bit of context behind my image I'm wanting to construct, a lot of what I do, image wise, takes queues from 80's fashion (more specifically punk/rock and goth, new-wave attributes). My being a pop-music act, I thought it'd would be a cool juxtaposition to have the logo and design be a bit sharper, sleeker looking, with that punk or metal edge. Other than that, I'm seeing that more and more popular rap artists (Travis Scott, Uzi Vert, etc.) are taking after a more minimal, or punk/rock-esque way of design and image, and that just leads me to believe that that particular design style is coming back.
I'd happy to answer any questions if I was not concise enough. I'm not particularly married to one approach, so there is room for innovation and growth. I would say that the more minimal you go, designing the logo, the better. Not too much going on, but something rough enough, something cool enough to grab attention.