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Art & Design
About Your Company
My website is www.theworldinblackandwhite.art. I sell my own fine art photography, all of which has some basis in black and white. I specialize in using uncommon photographic means such as infrared and selective color to produce uplifting art from around the world, which I shoot while on layovers in my job as a flight attendant. My audience ranges from millennials to baby boomers who are looking for wall art, 60/40 female/male. My current logo is ok (but not fabulous), which is a stylized Eiffel Tower (representing travel and where many Americans either have been or would like to go someday) inside a circle (representing the world), one of the circles is red (representing my colorized options). However my current logo doesn't have any reference to photography, which I would like to be subtly and elegantly included. On one hand, I would like to see something similar to my current, but then again I'm not married to my current logo, so I'd like to see other designs as well that include travel/touch of color/world. I do like round shapes, but not married to them, either. I would like to have image and text to use for most things, image only to use on my price tags and small labels, and the text only for the front of my business card, which I will use with an image I shot of the Eiffel Tower (see attached).
Screen / Digital
Preferred Logo Style
Image + Text
Colors to Explore
Top 3 Things
Warmth/Friendliness, Excellence, Creativity
I really dislike cheezy photographer logos. It's more about the art than it is how I create the art, which is why I would like the camera reference to be subtle. I am attaching my old logo and business card. My tag line, "Photographic Art by Sandi Accuosti" was useful when my website was .com, but now that I have .art , then the tagline is redundant. Plus, my last name will be changing soon, so if any name is used, it should just be Sandi.