It was really nice design. Different than most of the designs we got.
He is superb - creative, timely, kind, I wouldn’t use anyone else
Excellent great job!
How erehana started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
we make simple, staple homewares, a lot of homely scented goods, repeat consumables, gifty looking items for bedroom & kitchen & garden. Target - our items are in the luxury end but also as an every day purchase, not alienating to add to the weekly shop - not aimed at hipster one off buyers or too look beyond a basic price range. Reliable & non threatening, yet are graceful luxury looking homeware essentials. Aimed at a fun but sophisticated mature market rather than hipster fashion / lifestyle but really not dull or generic.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Cosmetics & Beauty
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
I like this logo as it's more fluid & organic and less a 'logojoy' cut and paste font
I like this as the name is incorporated into an organic design, not just stuck underneath a generic line image
this incorporates a non graphic element, although the font is clean
the closest thing I could find that wasn't too stylised but gave the essence of a more fluid & organic logo
I've already done a fun place holder in logojoy. PLease don't offer anything that looks like it can be made in there or other generic logomakers.
I'm after a logo that can sit friendly on the shelves in the grocery isle on the packaging, and can incorporate over full design artwork on boxes & wrapping - candles/ chocolate bars / tea.
Something more fluid, organic and open & surprising that could be stamped or overlayed over artwork or can stand alone.
Not to be on trend or dated to the generic hipster look, but not too beholden to a vintage feel. Look and feel of packaging artwork is in the Liberty / William Morris / classic rugs inspiration so will need to sit on that in an interesting way. A current favourite is the Chesterfield chocolate packet logo but really open to suggestions. I've attached a lot of 'look & feel' images of what the logo would need to sit over.
Future packaging design and artwork will also be needed.