How Jon Benson started their other graphic design journey
I will be taking the logo that is designed for http://99designs.com/contests/21180 and using it for a line of supplements. This logo will be smaller on the label. If you can do both, great. If not, I will use the winner of the logo contest and pick a supplement label winner from here.
Jon Benson Fitness | Radical Body Transformation
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I have a line of supplements that need to have a super-clean, sharp, and "elegant meets powerful" look. Not "bodybuilding" look but not a "foo-foo" look either -- open to a "clinical" look (something almost like a glorified prescription bottle look, but again this is just one suggestion -- open to much more.)
The JBF brand is not the name of the supplement. The supplement names are below (feel free to use one or two in your comps). All names need to look the same and the brand needs to be uniform.
There are many more, but this should do for the comps.
Also required: Typical supplement requirements; Ingredients (there's a standard look for that), instructions for use (comp for now) and a 'back-label' description of what the product does.
Obviously the label itself needs a look that fits with the JBF logo, but that should be pretty simple.
- Uniformed brand look, powerful yet classy, open to very cool ideas re: creating a medical feel or a 'science' feel, but not married to the idea
- Anything cheesy or that looks like it belongs on the shelf at Walmart, a feminine look, or some hard-core bodybuilding look. This is for men and women who are serious about radical body transformation but who are also regular folks.