Rozak ifandi is a very very dedicated Designer with a very creative head and good ideas. We very much appreciate working with him!
- D.R.A.W ™
Great and responsive designers.
- Steve Hai
Great original design. Thanks!
- GS | Design
Really happy I found this artist to work with, great concepts and colors!
Truly a virtuoso of graphic design. Thank you again!
- The Kings Jewels
Our new Rum brand and label design speaks for itself. Simon was a pleasure to work with throughout the project.
- Ralphie Co
How peloncito r started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our brand of Tequila is manufactured with the intent of being the staple in the high end sipping world of distilled spirits. Our target market is typically sophisticated connoisseurs of the beverage who have learned to appreciate the fine tuned flavors that are inherent with a well aged Tequila.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
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
"Voltierra" is a manufactured word blending two Spanish words together. "Volcan" meaning Volcanic and "Tierra" meaning land. The Volcanic lands found in the regions of the state of Jalisco Mexico are known for their ability to produce some of the best Blue Agave plants used in making the spirit. The volcanic land is red/rust in color and rich in iron allowing the plant to flourish until harvested and fermented.
Phase 1 is the logo and branding of Voltierra. Phase 2 (separate contest) will be the label design for which we will provide our custom bottle shape to compliment.
As with all of our Tequila brands, we will also need a circular medal shaped logo using the just "VT" and the texts "Tequila" and "100% Agave Azul". We currently have another brand contest going on now if you are interested in entering both. Search "Gran Hierro Tequila" to compare.
Additional information will be added to the brief as the contest commences to help better understand our objective.