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Logo Design, Identity & Branding

Custom Illustrated T-Shirt Design for Visual Lure

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

We were recently inspired by a design we found on Pinterest of some spectacularly crafted ornate playing cards. We decided to take that inspiration and use it to design a new t-shirt for Visual Lure®. The “eyeball in the palms” illustration was custom drawn by hand. It is based off our logo which reflects our tagline: Professional Eye-Catchers™. It was designed to look like an old woodcut print. Below the new design is an older shirt we had printed using the same illustration but different design.

Visual Lure graphic design tshirt

Visual Lure T-shirt Design 1


Logo and Website Re-Design for Cleveland Photography Studio

Thursday, September 4th, 2014

Visual Lure recently completed a new logo and custom WordPress website for Todd Anguish Photography. Todd is a talented wedding, high school senior portrait and family photographer based out of Cleveland, Ohio. We had the pleasure of meeting Todd at Shutterfest this year, where I spoke about logos & branding and websites & search engine optimization (SEO). At the time, we had just started working on Todd’s new logo.

The new website was developed in WordPress and features a custom designed theme, masonry style portfolios and a responsive design. The responsive design makes the website render beautifully on all devices and is crucial for an overall great user experience. We also provided SEO services which helped the site rank very well right out of the gates. We are still working on it, but be on the lookout for www.toddanguishphotography.com on the first page of Google soon.

Below you can see Todd’s new logo on his business card and letterhead design, and below that are two screenshots of his new home page and wedding portfolio.

TAP logo and re-branding

Todd Anguish Photography wordpress website

TAP photography gallery webpage



New Logo for a St. Louis, MO Based Equestrian Investment Company

Monday, August 4th, 2014

Bully Lane Investments recently contracted Visual Lure to design a new logo for their equestrian investment company. The nature of their business is to serve the equestrian community through the sales and leasing of horses and renovated properties near horse show facilities. The company is owned and operated by a mother and daughter team, and the name of the business was inspired by their love of french bulldogs.

Below you can see both the horizontal and vertical logo formats, alternative logos, suggested typefaces and sample identity package (business card, letterhead and envelope design).

Bully Lane Investments branding and logo

Are you looking for world class logo design work or complete branding solutions? Our work is consistently winning awards and getting published in the world’s most prestigious publications. Give us a call or email us today to get a FREE logo design or branding package quote. We would love to help you get your business started off on the right foot, or help you re-brand an existing company.


Package Design for Pleasant Touch Dishwashing Soap

Monday, July 28th, 2014

A St. Louis metro east manufacturer recently contracted Visual Lure to design a logo and packaging label for a new dish soap they are currently developing called Pleasant Touch. There will be three different products at initial launch: original fresh scent, green apple scent, and one with Vitamin E (to keep customer’s hands soft).

Below is our proposed design for the new bottles. We are currently waiting for feedback and will share any updates related to this project.

package graphic design for Pleasant Touch Dish Soap

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UPDATE: Our client decided to add one additional scent, switch out the logo to another one we designed and make a couple minor adjustments. Here are the final four designs:

pleasant-touch-packaging


Second Logo for the Flower Mountain Family of Companies

Thursday, July 10th, 2014

We recently completed a new logo for Flower Mountain Weddings & Receptions, a Smoky Mountain wedding venue located in Sevierville, Tennessee. Using the same woodcut illustration style that we used to create Flower Mountain, we recently completed the new logo for its sister venue, Abiding Grace Chapel on the Creek.

Abiding Grace is located in Gatlinburg, TN and provides an all-in-one quaint wedding experience that provides everything from ordained ministers to professional photography services. It is a faith-based wedding venue that has performed over 5,000 wedding ceremonies and special events. When the owner described the venue she said it was similar to a Vegas style wedding, but was more focused on faith, and it was out in the Country.

Below you can see the new logo which features a custom illustration of the Abiding Grace Chapel accompanied by clematis flowers, which can be seen growing on the grounds of the chapel. Underneath the new logo we have both the Flower Mountain and the Abiding Grace logos to show how they work together and start to create the new overall image.

Abiding Grace logo design

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Logo & Branding for a Tennessee Smoky Mountain Wedding & Reception Venue

Monday, June 30th, 2014

Flower Mountain Weddings & Receptions is a beautiful outdoor wedding venue in the Great Smoky Mountains. It is a very popular place to get married due to its gorgeous mountain views and wildflower fields. It is located in Sevierville, Tennessee and sits on 25 pristine acres. The owners also operate three additional wedding venue and photography related companies that we will be branding next.

During our initial design consultation, the client described their venue as classy, without being pretentious, and higher-end, yet rustic and very much “country”.  They weren’t really sure what they wanted, only that they did not want to use a script based typeface and they didn’t want the new logo to look too elegant.  They also mentioned using a Fleur-De-Lis (as it has a special meaning for them) and possibly integrating a flower, mountains and a creek if possible.

After multiple rounds of logo options, we finally nailed it with the logo shown below. Underneath the logo formats you can see a sample identity package, a sample pattern and texture, recommended typefaces and color palette, along with our original sketch. The final logo mark was designed to look like a woodcut carving giving it an old-fashioned, country, rustic feel.

flower mountain logo branding

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