GiaKenza delivered excellent and timely designs among a very strong field of designers. Thank you!
Jana hit the brief from the word go and was very helpful in providing revisions to the design throughout the process. Her communication was clear, concise and her attitude was exactly what we had hoped for. The experience exceeded my expectations.
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How DAW72 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Mesa Shamanic Healing
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a shamanic practitioner in the Peruvian Shamanic tradition. It is basically energetic/spiritual medicine, using ancient techniques which have been evolved into a more modern/westernized setting. I conduct ceremony and ritual, and work with elemental energies. It is a very earth-based spiritual practice, honoring mother earth and all of it's inhabitants. It is a spiritual rather than religious practice, though there is no choice for this in the industry listings, so the closest equivalent was "religious".
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
In the second logo (in the first section above) that I uploaded, "healing traditions", I like the almost lithographic nature of the dreamcatcher (lower row, second from the left). I also like the hand-drawn look of the "hope2" and "intuitioncrow" images above. I'm looking for an organic, almost illustrative or hand-drawn image of the traditional elements in some sort of combination, i.e., rattles, stones, feathers, mesa cloth (the cloth pictured in a few of the above images). I want a native feel, but with a modern touch like the sacred stone logo and a few of the other images I have above. Artistic, organic without being too computer-graphic in nature.