Jelena quickly grasped the heart of our business concept in a way none of the other designers did. While many entries seemed formulaic, her handrawn design was simple, clean and fun and it's uniqueness will endure as our company grows. She is very easy to work with, quick to respond and very professional. I highly recommend her, particularly if looking for a truly unique design you won't see anywhere else!
- phil & sandra
How Adrine started their logo design journey
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Sagarana - Baby & Kids
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We started a company that aims to sell baby and children's clothing (0-4 years old) and other accessories to consumers all over the world. We need a character or mascot to represent the business. We intend to have a character or mascot as a logo that represents children's classic bedtime stories and tales. It should be elegant (appeal to parents), modern and with clean lines, which means just the right amount of details, but it will still be possible to identify it clearly in small resolutions and prints (e.g. business cards). We have the idea for a logo (see attached). It would be nice to have something similar to that, especially in style. You are expected to do your own creation of a mascot, of course. The logo should be delivered in vector file format. The font used for the name of the company can be changed to better suit the logo style designed by you. Also, there is no need to send the exact same logo more than once just to show it in different applications. Please, don't send the same mascot more than once with only changing the type of fonts for the company name, unless it is specified on your feedback. The mascot is the central point. Good luck!
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Sagarana consists of a hybrid: "Saga", which are stories/legends about ancient Scandinavian and Germanic history, early Viking voyages and the battles that took place during the voyages. The texts are epic tales in prose, often with stanzas or whole poems. In Norse mythology, Saga is a goddess. And "rana" is a Tupi (indigenous language of South America) word meaning "that expresses likeness". So Sagarana means "Like a Saga".