How mxbarclay261 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
"radical" queer pastors writing progressive liturgy for christian communities - putting flesh onto liturgy (in other words, engaging real humans and earth in relationship to the Divine - writing about things like black lives matter, queer and trans love, sex, earth, other corporeal matters). target audience is other progressive spiritual types - people who will not associate well with the "cool" church marketing look. needs to be totally different than that. no traditional markers. depth and beauty with a little grit.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Desiring deep colors, not bright or pastel colors.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I'm interested in the dissolving image look in this logo as a concept but not necessarily in need of it. Just find it pleasing.
like the creative engagement with the name/text, don't like the playful vibe/feel
I like that the logo comes from the word directly
like the creative engagement with the name/text directly
like that its not too busy and that it has some beauty to its design
i like that this communicates strongly a clear vibe - strong, passionate, elegant. not the vibe I'm looking for, but I can "feel" this logo and I like that. I want people to "feel" the depth/flesh/beauty of ours.
LOVE the way this just adds a little extra design to the words themselves
I like that the typography so well-reflects the logo and vice versa/clear what the feel is of this
I like that this has a little grit
NOT looking for cheesy church stuff. The elements/feel of the image in this book cover (sorry its small) is the kind of deep, beautiful, fleshy vibe I want. It looks like something that is alive and moves - which I also like. I love the colors in there too - I'm definitely leaning towards deep deep red but like all the dark ones in the photo. queer pastors here but not looking for rainbows! :)