We love the design and everything that comes with it. Competition was fierce. There were 6 finalists. We did public voting since all designs we saw were worthy to become stickers for children and young parents. Once again - great job.
Molekula was a real pleasure to work with! She is professional, fast, and immediately understood my taste level and design aesthetic. She took the time to read and think about my design brief. The designs that she presented needed very little work on my end - she was getting the most important part - the essence of the logo - which allowed me to focus on the very fine details. I was able to trust her approach and she was very patient and willing to work on the smallest detail from me - many times offering me multiple versions of what I was asking for. I am so impressed with her work that I will be using her in the future. I highly recommend Molekula.
Excellent attention / interpretation of my idea. Quick responses and turn around. Very pleased with his work!
How csw249 started their other art or illustration journey
Who are you known as?
The Precipice - A Book of Poems
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
The Precipice is a book of poems dedicated to verticality and the void. These are accessible poems--nothing snooty or boring--with the themes or imagery of being high up, falling down, or a great emptiness.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I want a piece of art I can use on the front cover of the chapbook and on publicity materials too. I am open to ideas and interpretations of "verticality" and "void" but here are some ideas:
-someone standing on something tall, like a skyscraper
-someone peering into or out of a large black expanse
-someone falling down into something deep
-a road sign warning of a deep chasm
I don't need a full cover designed with the title and author or anything--just an illustration.
Ideally this illustration will work in both color and black and white or greyscale. But, push comes to shove, color is king.
The book is going to be a vertically folded in half 8.5x11 piece of paper format, so the image has to fit comfortably on 4x10 (tall-wise) inches when printed out to be on the cover.
If it would be helpful for you, as a designer, to see some of the poems, I will gladly send you some.