Psyarts00 is an amazing designer. Calm and readily accessable, Psyarts00 lent a creativity and imagination to our work that brought the project to life. Every change we needed made was handled in a timely and professional manner. Psyarts00 made this a very enjoyable process.
- Wade Valiant
Things went very well. I am very pleased with the cover.
- Wilma a
- Madeleine K
What a pleasure to work with. Always had great ideas and was always willing to make the requested changes. Couldn't be happier.
How Chaperada started their other art or illustration journey
Who are you known as?
The Chaperada Experiment
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
I am a composer/musician creating challenging and progressive music for free download from my website at http://www.chaperada.net. The songs that I release tend to fall into one of three categories: radical re-interpretation of existing and likely familiar songs, re-interpretation of classical (orchestral) works, and original compositions.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
The Chaperada Experiment needs artwork to go along with the release of a new song. The artwork should reflect the overall theme of the song, should be clear, and scale easily from 453x453 down to 81x81 while still being recognizable. Use of stock photography/images is fine, but should not include any recognizable trademarks.
The new song is called “Jingling Bells”. It is part of my annual “Twisted Christmas” series of radical reinterpretations of popular Christmas songs (see http://www.chaperada.net/tcm.htm for past examples). This new interpretation of Jingle Bells is written from the perspective of a “Bell Ringer”, standing outside on a very cold and windy day, trying to raise money for a charitable organization. While this is a person that is usually associated (in the U.S.) with The Salvation Army, the artwork should NOT include a recognizable red kettle or red bucket that is a trademark of the organization.
The artwork should focus on the bitter cold, and that the Bell Ringer is out in the cold. Maybe an image of a skinny Santa Claus figure with a bell in his hand, shivering in the cold wind, with a hat on the ground and a sign asking to “Please Give”. Maybe an image of a hand ringing a bell with icicles hanging from it. Maybe an image of a hand holding a bell sticking out of a block of ice, or a snow bank. Maybe something I haven’t thought of as a possibility. Whatever you come up with, it should be irreverent, reflect a sense of humor, and not be overly serious.
Final delivery of the artwork should be in .JPG or .PNG format, at 453x453 or larger.