I couldnt be happier with my logo cadina helped me design. She was easy to work with and very attentive. I will definitely work with her with future projects.
My second time working with Graphicscape and it was just as expected. loved every design option given. Came out exactly how I wanted. Thank you!
a best job. The specifications and the topic excellently implemented. Design variants were processed very quickly. Many thanks for the good cooperation.
- curtis creations
Second time I work with Louise. She is fantastic! She knows how to guide you for the brief, how to interpret and execute it with an exceptional talent. I warmly recommend her to any one wanting a logo, a brand platform or any graphic execution.
Easy to work with very creative
How krameslice started their logo design journey
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Ikebana is the ancient Japanese art of flower arranging (google to see some cool examples). Ikebana Box (our company) is a monthly subscription box with fresh cut flowers that you assemble at home into your own DIY ikebana arrangement following our designs. Think 'Blue Apron,' but instead of creating food you are creating a beautiful Japanese flower sculpture to keep in your home for the week.
Customers will be in the US and we expect the majority of them to be female, high-income professionals in the 25-45 age group.
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We are very early in the process of building our brand identity and are looking for creative ideas to shape our direction!
The logo should visually and/or stylistically reference Japan and its design aesthetic in some way - the Japanese heritage of ikebana will be an important element in our brand story. We are open to both traditional and contemporary interpretations of the Japanese aesthetic (for traditional examples look at the great 19th century woodblock print artists Hiroshige and Hokusai).
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