so sorry this review is so overdue. Just logged in to ask for modification and saw it was never done. The designer was absolutely wonderful and easy to work with and the design professional.
- christine ck
Strong design sense. Consistently provided iterations on concepts that followed brief and showed insight and imagination.
Maya understood exactly what I needed and brought this together into a logo that captured my brand beautifully. I highly recommend this designer.
How Bone Structure started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Bone Structure is a handbag and leather goods company based in Los Angeles. Our aesthetic combines sharp, structural lines with organic 3-dimensional shapes. Graphic pieces with textural and color contrast, primarily using black, white, grey, deep red, and metallics. The target customer is the 25-50 year old woman with a dark sensibility and an appreciation for innovative design, quality materials, and a sense of unconventional luxury. Alexander McQueen and Balenciaga have a similar "grown up goth" aesthetic, though they sit at a higher price point. We're targeting high-end department stores and specialty boutiques immediately in the US and ultimately worldwide.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
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We want our logo to communicate power and strength, dark beauty, rebellion, and uniqueness. We're looking for a logotype and mark. [UPDATE: We don't want to use our initials for the mark, so no BS logos, please. We'd prefer something geometric or symbolic. Many submissions so far have a circle or infinity symbol, which we like, but we are very open to other symbols as well.] In addition to digital and print use, our logo will be embossed/foil stamped into leather and engraved into metal hardware. With a name like Bone Structure and a dark aesthetic, we don't need to go too literal on the bone imagery unless you've got a non-obvious way to incorporate it. We do like dark and esoteric imagery: sacred geometry, infinity symbols, the ouroboros (and snakes in general), and alchemical symbolism, for example, but use of these is optional. The branding has to be accessible enough to fit in Bloomingdale's.
We can't wait to see your work. Thanks so much for sharing your design genius with us!