Anastasia made the logo for my photography company SCN PHOTOS. She is fantastic to work with! I have been thoroughly pleased and impressed with both her work ethic and the quality of her revisions. It was a pleasure working with her!
Egavolution has produced an amazing, detailed, elegant, logo for us. It’s exactly what we were looking for but didn’t know how to make it come to life. Egavolution gets a five star rating in every category from design, to response time to willingness to help until the job was finished!
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I am so incredibly pleased with the work. It's on brief and just brilliant. I cannot wait to share it with the world!!
- Curious Pam
How mushyU started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am primarily a performer’s headshot photographer based in New York City but have worked professionally in Real Estate and Wedding Photography as well. Target audience is 20 something actors/performers who want their images to stand out in today’s casting site thumbnail arrays.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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
I like the silhouette element.
I like the color scheme and the water color element.
I like the way the pear design looks as though it's been reconstructed out of various shades of green stones.
I am looking for a playfully professional, bold, modern/60’s-70’s pop-art meets school house rock logo for my photography studio. Color palette: Yellow, orange, red, black, white and gray (possible ROYGBIV but not so obvious as to include anything which could be construed as a rainbow). I like iconic photographic symbols, i.e. camera body, aperture blades, etc. but much of this has been used to death so, if used, these elements should seem fresh and/or reimagined. This logo should stand out in a sea of photographer’s logos.