Type of logo: Word mark
Brand name/slogan in logo: Lady May
Ideas for the visual style: Key words - Glamorous, Amazonian, Statuesque. Fluid and possibly hand-drawn look
Things to avoid: Overly curly/calligraphy style, Circus style, Sailor Jerrys font, anything too naive or bubble writing type, anything too cliche vintage
Preferred colors: Old golds and antique creams - open to some suggestions
Where the design will be used: Website header (landscape), business cards (landscape) and to "watermark" images on site/FB/in print - possibly also for merchandise later so needs to be clear.
Extra notes: Burlesque performer, teacher and fire eater re-branding from Lady May Den-Voyage (see www.ladymayburlesque.com) to Lady May - shorter, punchier. With this
name tweak am wanting a shift to a feeling of more decadent, slightly diva, and the key words being glamorous, Amazonian, statuesque, Unconventional and unapologietic. Attached is an image showing the previous type of logo - do not want in a border like this for next time. Attached are also key images to show performer aesthetic, and relevant colours with the purples , rich greens - no white, but the plaster feel/colour where distressed and see the old golds. I need to use this for the website header, for images, for FB header, for merchandise in the future.
If looking at eras - more 1940's Hollywood glamour than 1920's - but want a vintage nod for a contemporary logo, not a full on vintage aesthetic.
On my website the current fonts are Brandon Gorelesque for sub headings, and Future Light for main body text
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Hi Lady May,
Is it possible to discuss your requirements further? What is the best way to get in touch?
Meyrick John Lovell
What's the deadline?
Lady May D.03 Apr 2017
Hi! I'd need completed - all revisions done, by Saturday this weekZ J.03 Apr 2017
that's more then enough for me can i have your e-mail address to discuss further about the project?