Tingo is a new exclusively online jewellery store based in beautiful Cape Town in South Africa. The only advice from the client was to design a logo which conveys that Tingo’s jewellery is of a high quality. Instead of some basic ring shapes, which in my opinion are not memorable at all and overused for jewellery stores, I decided to create a completely unique shape of a butterfly out of a ribbon, and the client liked that idea.Continue Reading
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16paźMy logos in action!
Some of my logos I really like because of the opportunity of cooperating with great people. I definitely enjoyed working for Nathalie Leseine and also for Geoffrey Good. Both are jewellery designers from USA, for whom I designed their brand identity. Both of them have worked closely to prepare the collection of Ms. Leseine. You can see the final outcome at www.atelierleseine.com And today I post a nice photo I got some time ago from Ms. Leseine, showing her beautiful jewellery’s collection called Perle Captive, with a small plate next to it, on which you may see both logos I designed for these artists.Continue Reading
Few months ago I had a great opportunity to design a logo for Atelier Leseine. Few days ago a official website was launched, to introduce first amazing jewels from collection called Perle Captive. At the screen-shot of the website, you may a single round finest-quality Tahitian black pearl captured within a multifaceted polyhedron cage, rising from a gracefully arching ring handcrafted in 18k white gold-palladium in the workshop of Geoffrey Good, who collaborated with an owner of Atelier Leseine, Nathalie Leseine from San Francisco. Please be welcomed to visit website: atelierleseine.com Continue Reading