Elena Louca Real Estate Agent
The logos for real estate agent, Elena Louca Malcolm ended up giving us all the vibes of an upscale handbag. Our design team put them together into a unique pattern that looked like the lining a designer handbag. We were so inspired by the look and feel that it became a formal part of our process. See this “inspirational” piece below!
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