LittleGreenBucket got their new logo design by running a design contest:
Design a striking logo for Little Green Bucket
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We pick up buckets of kitchen food scraps from customers' homes and take them to a composting facility. Our customers are mostly homeowners, upper-middle to upper class, who identify as environmentalists and do-gooders. They shop at farmers' markets, buy organic foods, and recycle.
Other color requirements
Green and white as main colors. Other accent colors welcome, particularly for the food scraps.
Attached is a quick sketch of what I have in mind. Basically, I want a very literal representation of our business: a bucket with food scraps sticking out of the top and the company name printed on the side. Importantly, I want the text to function as a logotype that I can take from the logo and stamp on the actual buckets, as indicated to the right of the sketch. In this way, the two re-enforce each other: the logo is representative of the bucket and the bucket is the embodiment of the logo. The font should be fairly large, as indicated in the sketch -- on the real bucket, I want people to be able to read it from the street as they walk by a customer's house and see the bucket on their porch. Font choice is particularly important, since the font will BE the brand on on the side of the bucket. Promising font motifs: rustic, stencil, weathered/distressed, chalk, etc. Note that the green bucket in the attachment is the actual bucket we use, and that it is 13 inches tall, 10 inches wide at the top, and 8.5 inches wide at the base -- the proportions in the photo aren't quite right due to the angle. Good options for the food scraps include apple cores, banana peels, corn cobs, carrot/beet greens, onion fragments, etc. Also note that the slogan "Albuquerque Compost Collection" is optional -- I'm not sure if I want to use it yet. Stylistically, I'm mostly interested in something rustic or vintage, with a handmade or weathered quality. The styles a farm, dairy, or coffee shop might use.
US$299 Bronze package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo design starts at $429.
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It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their logo design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
LittleGreenBucket collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
We are very happy with our design and felt like the concept, from the very beginning, really spoke to us and the duality of being twins. We can't wait to update our website and start using our new logo!
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