get a quick brand makeover without the price tag

     We just added 25 brand new designs to the Logo Shop! You're welcome. Spring is a time for checking off those to-do boxes. While you’re at it, why not invest in a gentle (and affordable!) facelift for your brand? You’re sure to find a logo in our library of 50 unique and beautiful designs to match your brand’s story. Our strong, sophisticated illustrations were crafted by our team of in-house designers to offer you a powerful marketing tool that will save you time and money. These logos are available as fully customizable vector files; the same format and quality you’d receive from a traditional designer with two key differences: a faster turnaround and much lower cost. Once you receive your file, you can customize the name, use any of the included palettes or textures, or even use your own fonts and colors – the possibilities are endless! As a bonus, you’ll get a stunning and in-depth tutorial with 13 pages of content to take you step-by-step through the process of personalizing your new logo to enhance your existing brand. WHY YOU NEED A DESIGN AGLOW LOGO (aside from 'they're awesome'): • Logos are sold in limited quantities of 50. Once 50 have been sold, you'll see the logo disappear from the shop, never to be sold again. • Only 51% of our customers are based in the U.S., which means the chances of you coming across a photographer with your logo in your town are very, very slim. And with limitless customization options, you can ensure yours is totally unique with just a few clicks. • Photoshop file includes black & white versions, 3 color palettes, and textured version/Illustrator file includes black & white versions. What a steal! Click here to cross "new logo" off your to-do list today!  The Design Aglow Logo Textures: Collection 2 (8 textures = $50 value) will be just the edge your logo needs to make an impact. Plus, you’ll get a detailed 5 page tutorial to take you step-by-step through the process of incorporating a texture into your new logo to make it rock. Click here to get your hands on the Logo Textures: Collection 2 (and save an extra $5!) and start enhancing your new logo now!




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