Was great to work with. Super responsive and was constantly keeping in connection asking if everything was looking good! Highly recommend.
This is my second time working with Daniel.art 76. The first time, he made a Podcast cover for me, and this time he put a logo to life for a new business of mine. In the process, Daniel captured my vision quiet quickly. He added his creativity and artistic expertise to make my logo come to life--and to reflect me and my personality. Daniel was very patient, prompt in my requests yet very informative with every creative tweak. I would work with him again--no hesitation. I am in love with my new logo! Thank you, Daniel, for everything. He is perfect to work with it--even if you are technology challenged. He will make it happen, and make sure you are happy till the end. He goes above and beyond.
Wonderful Artist to work with, very helpful in aiding us to create the perfect logo for our company. Thank you so many times over, we absolutely love our Treasure Chest Girl.
- slavic O
- Dhana Miliartha
Great insight ,creativity,originality and collaboration.I expect to use this designer for packaging in the future.Love her work.
Very cool and strong design skills. Highly recommended
How Reagansawake started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This podcast is a lighthearted exploration of all things kinky, weird, niche, deviant or sexually experimental, with content aimed at educating the curious and entertaining the experienced.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
What colors do you want to see in your design?
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I'd like to explore the following colors:
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I need a 300x300 pixel image (feel free to fill the square entirely), that can be opened in Photoshop with all layers intact. I don't mind if the look is very busy as long as it is also very easy to visually comprehend. Visual comprehension is very important.
This podcast is about acceptance of people who are different than we may be, and all about having fun. There should be no sexually explicit imagery involved, or anything that feels violent or threatening. The look needs to feel welcoming to all the people who got curious about kink because of 50 Shades of Grey, and who might like to learn more. It also needs to be appealing to people who are very experienced in the kink community. Playful without being cute. Sexy without be raunchy. No elements that might suggest or be mistaken for children or animals. Think "wholesomely kinky", teasing, playful. It is okay to show BDSM toys (rope, handcuffs, floggers, blindfolds, etc) as long as they aren't anatomical representations of people's naughty bits. This has to be clean enough for the iTunes store. When people look at this image (which will accompany every episode of the podcast), they should feel like they've just been invited to a really fun party that they are very happy to go to.
Each episode of the podcast will begin with the host opening up the KinkPod to find a collection of objects related to that episode's topic. A central design element of the logo could be a capsule or pod that opens to reveal a collection of objects spilling out or bursting out.