Art Deco logo
Influenced by the works of George Barbier
George Barbier (1882-1932) was one of the key artists of the “Art Deco” movement and one of the most prestigious French artist’s and fashion illustrators to emerge from post World War 1 in the early twentieth century.He produced the most exquisite, high-colour fashion plates for the couturier Paul Poiret, as well as contemporaries Lanvin, Paquin and Vionnet.His elegantly refined, graphic style was typical of the “Art Deco” school and the influences of Orientalism, antique vases, Indian miniatures, Aubrey Beardsley, the Ballet Russes (which inspired his lavish costume designs) and (not least) Parisian haute couture are evident in his work.His stylised, precisely-illustrated fashion vignettes seem to effortlessly capture and define the atmosphere of the 1920s and are so evocative of that by-gone era and a certain type of upper-class lifestyle.
the typography is highly influenced by the 1930's and 1920, yet keeping a sleek modern lines. Making it a timeless logo
Image that reflects a total relaxation state yet encapsulated in an era of glamour and fashion
This is an initial conceptualization of Beauty Lounge look and branding.
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