Logo for a Music Education Website
- État: Closed
- Prix: $200
- Propositions reçues: 14
- Gagnant: tanhaakther
Résumé de concours
I run a small music education studio called Soundablity Studios. We're all about learning about and loving music, not necessarily getting the kids tested, etc. The studios are primarily mobile, which means the teachers travel to the student's homes for weekly lessons. There are two home studios as well. We teach piano, voice, guitar, ukulele, bass, violin, viola, double bass, songwriting, small ensembles, flute, preschool classes and theory. Our slogan is "love to play" The website is [login to view URL] for more information.
I have built the business with word of mouth, recommendations and a little local advertising. I've toyed around with a few logos in the past, that are not really what I want... because I'm not a designer. I'm looking for something that I can use in small sections for local newsletter and magazine advertising, a logo that can be foiled and put on some merch, business cards... something I can use to establish a consistent branding.
The current business cards are almost there, but just look pretty crap in real life. I like that they are simple, classy, but they don't really appeal as much to parents for their children. I've doodled a little to try and include all our instruments, but it's way too busy of an idea and even once somebody worked on it, it's probably not usable on anything smaller than a very large t-shirt. I also don't want it to look "elementary school", because that's not our vibe either - It's more like a classy blend of a modern-vintage family music party.... so I'm stuck.
To all you lovely artists out there - Help!
Commentaire de l'employeur
“She seemed very creative in making a logo for my music studio and I am happy with the results. I did want to make some changes at the end, but I believe there may have been a language barrier preventing us from getting ideas across. All in all, great work, I have all my files and am happy to be putting this design on the face of my business.”