Jennifereu1 got their new logo design by running a design contest:
Logo (identity) for a New Company in Natural Organic Foods: Three Trees.
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Food & Drink
Three Trees makes packaged refrigerated nutmilks (nut-based, non-dairy beverage). The company’s mission statement is:To provide the most delightful, fresh, and nourishing liquid experience; to make the most delicious and healthful plant-based beverages using only natural ingredients with nourishing properties. The company will launch with 3 main products: Almond Milk, Cashew Milk, and Pistachio Milk. We are seeking a graphics design firm to create our logo. The goal is to achieve a logo that is delightful and conveys clearly the brand’s identity, market positioning, and product benefits. The logo must be versatile enough to help achieve a strong, unified design look and feel in every consumer touch point-- from the bottle label to the website to trade show banners. The brand identity is natureful, clean, nourishing; words that describe the brand: clean, fresh, cozy, zen-- a treat for yourself and your most cherished ones. Our nutmilks are a delicious alternative to dairy-- for vegans, vegetarians, and anyone concerned about antibiotics and growth hormones in milk. They’re a great way to cut back on animal fats and protein, and get good nutrients from plants instead. Not only are they a delicious dairy alternative, they’re a refreshing and satisfying treat all their own. Grab one for breakfast or an afternoon snack-- you’ll really be doing the body good. And best of all, you won’t be taking any moo milk from baby calves! The core target customer is someone who is lactose intolerant or vegan. The former cannot use dairy milk; the latter is familiar with the benefits of a diet free of animal products, and the nutritional advantages of plant-based ingredients. Nuts are an integral part of the vegan menu, as they provide protein and good fats for richer mouthfeel and hunger satisfaction. The secondary target customer is someone who is interested in a healthy alternative to dairy milk. They're trying to reduce animal products from their diet, and wary of antibiotics and growth hormones in milk. They're always looking to eat more healthy, natural, nourishing food. They know the benefits of consuming more legumes and plant-derived nutrients. The broader market is anyone who is a “foodie.” Foodies are people who view food as a pleasure, where quality and taste are the highest values, where the story behind the food matters greatly, and who see food as a form of self-expression. They tend to be highly-educated, well-traveled, and food-involved, meaning they are interested in food nutrition and health. Our nutmilks are all-natural. Even though the word ‘natural’ has no official definition, and is often overused in the food industry, for retailer Whole Foods it means: free of artificial preservatives, colors, sweeteners, or hydrogenated fats. In other words, it is minimally processed. A main point of differentiation is that our nutmilks will not contain any fillers, thickeners, or stabilisers (eg carageenan, xanthan gum, guar gum, pectin etc). Most large brands such as Silk, Pacific, Blue Diamond all use such ingredients. A clean list of ingredients is something we're very proud of. Again, the brand identity is rustic, natureful, clean, nourishing; words that describe the brand: clean, fresh, cozy, zen-- a treat for yourself and your most cherished ones. for a visual image of the brand identity, please study our pinterest board: http://pinterest.com/littlenutmilkco/nutmilk-inspiration/ A notable inspiration might be: http://packagingworld.blogspot.com/
Logo types to explore
Again, pls keep in mind that it is a premium food product. And the brand identity is rustic, clean, natural, nourishing; words that describe the brand: rustic, vintage, clean, cozy, cheery, breezy, nourishing-- a treat for yourself and your most cherished ones. for a visual image of the brand identity, please see our pinterest board:http://pinterest.com/littlenutmilkco/nutmilk-inspiration/ Fonts I like: Centabel http://www.littleboxofideas.com/blog/design-resources/25-free-brilliant-fonts-for-logo-design And the following on Font Squirrel: http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts Corda Light Galatia SIL Regular Garogier Regular Quattrocentro Roman Regular Rawengulk Petite Caps Reswysokr Regular Spirequal Light Regular Tenderness Regular
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo design starts at US$299.
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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.
Jennifereu1 collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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