We requested a logo for our retro-rock band, and Brittany C. came through with designs that were beautiful and artfully aligned with our vision! Where the idea of improvements arose, she was accommodating, eager to please, and completely adept at meeting our requests. Wonderful talent! Fabulous collaborator with our project! We could not recommend her more highly!
- Eco Rokerz
Excellent designer. Listens and executes to every request. Fantastic!!
She was great...... Good feedback, and very good design.
- urang cimahi
The artist created a beautiful and original design which captured the spirit of my brand. He was responsive to feedback and had the skills to create various versions, each with unique elements.
How ericnolte started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
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Smokey Rose is the name of the small musical ensemble of singers and instrumentalists that we are creating now. It is our goal to begin performing in public by July or August.
We will be performing a wide variety of popular music from the American songbook (Broadway musicals from the 1930s until today), hit rock songs from the fifties to today with a bias towards the work of groups like the Beatles, Billy Joel, the Carpenters, Neil Diamond, James Taylor, among many others; and some country songs associated with the likes of Reba McEntire and Garth Brooks. We are classically trained musicians and may shift around with this repertoire as time goes by.
We imagine a logo of a stylistic red rose--and whatever mists of time or wisps of smoke and imagination that may waft up to the designer while meditating on the adjective, "smokey."
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Entertainment & The Arts
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Let us reiterate that Smokey Rose is the name we're giving to our small musical ensemble that will be performing popular music of the past few decades.
So we imagine a logo of a stylistic red rose--and, as we said, whatever mists of time or wisps of smoke and imagination that may waft up to you while meditating on the adjective, "smokey."