The designs for my trilogy of romantic comedies, created by Rocio Martin Osuna, exceeded my expectations. We communicated very well together over the course of the project, she seeking ideas and inputs, me requesting tweaks here and there. I began without a clear idea at all of what I wanted, and left with a cohesive trilogy of covers with a lush, retro vibe that suits the material perfectly.
She was extremely professional throughout the entire process. She kept me informed regularly, even if there was no deadline due, and always let me know when to expect the next step, or what she needed from me before being able to enact it. I'm thrilled with both the artwork and the experience. I recommend Rocio to anyone and will not hesitate to work with her again.
Love the design...it is so simple yet classy and sheek. It appears effortless just like what I envision with the brand. The designer was very prompt whenever I asked for changes, etc.
- STEV Design
The man, the myth, the legend, STEV Design started from the beginning and got closer to my vision exponentially- with every logo submitted. Very good communication. Will be working with this designer in the future.
Very great designers
Working with berkah was a great experience. Berkah was able to design exactly what we were looking for! We are very appreciative and now have a great new logo!
How silverscreenromance started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Silver Screen Romance
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Silver Screen Romance is a hub for fans of all things vintage cinema. Mostly old hollywood actors, their fashion and movie quotes. I am seeking a small logo with our name that can be printed on merchandise such as t shirts, and for use on our website. Something like a single stem rose or other emotive yet classic design. Must be black & white only - no colour. See the instagram handle @silverscreenromance for more
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
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
Some ideas I had include: having the words "Silver Screen" in an Art Deco font and the word romance in script...?