Wonderful working with her. Clearly understood my design concepts!!!
- alex create
Very easy to work with and provided me with many great design concepts!
Very fast and quick with any requests!
nicely done! great work!
How rosyontherocks started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Rosy on the Rocks
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I sell gemstones to mainly silversmiths and jewelry designers. My gemstones are usually semi-precious (not diamonds) rose cuts. I'm a guy but I sell mostly to women designers so I want the logo to appeal to the women's eye but keeping it somewhat masculine.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
LAST UPDATE: The vintage looks have absolutely been speaking to me much more than anything so far. Simple, Clean but still creative vintage seems to be what I like.
Thank you everyone! SECOND UPDATE: I'm starting to realize that by wanting to incorporate a whiskey glass I'm making it look to much like a whiskey company and less like a gemstone dealer. So feel free to leave out the whiskey glass if you feel it would better represent want I'm trying to sell. ......UPDATE: I want to make sure the gemstones play a larger or at-least equal role in the logo compared to the play on a whiskey drink. Also, I'm very open to alternative idea's if you think a different concept would look really cool..... I use a play on words for my name stemming from my wife's business name (rosy revolver) but also keeping more masculine using "on the rocks" referring to a whiskey drink. I'm very open to alternative designs but the idea I have in my head was possibly having a whiskey glass with faceted gemstones falling out of it and my company name under or around the glass with a logo on the glass or somehow incorporated with the stones. I have a website already http://www.rosyontherocks.com is you want to see for reference the types/shapes of stones I sell (in-case that helps with design). Thank you