Cubist did a great job and was very responsive to our comments. The logo mascots turned out awesome!
Catherine did a great job capturing my son's vision. The illustration turned out really cool - we are excited to use it.
- M is Good
Thanks great work, would highly recommend!
- K Arts
We really enjoyed working with Kristina. She is so talented and super professional. We love the designs. Always online and fast. We will definitely work together again soon!
How quicklyteahouse started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Milk + Tea Company
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
All things Bubble/Boba Milk Tea related. Currently looking to go into Street Apparel, but also branching out into things like straws, cups, towels, etc. I'm looking for a mix between hype and playfulness, while still maintaining some edge. The target audience is going to be male and female between ages 15-35, with an upper range of 45 for those more fashionable.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
The ability to simplify the better, so that it's easier to reproduce on apparel.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
A bit more traditional, but potentially unexpected for a milk tea logo. Could be interesting.
I like the simplicity and boldness.
Simple, bold and stands out.
It seems very saucy and playful.
Playful and cute.
The integration of the company name and what they do is very smooth and cool.
Bold. The opposite of what one would imagine for Milk Tea. I feel the juxtaposition could be memorable.
I am looking for a modern font to use to place on the sleeves of apparel. But I am also looking for a logo/picture to put on the chest of apparel, as well something I could potentially make stickers out of. I like the idea of personifying a carton of milk making itself a cup of tea, pouring tea, or something to do with tea. Something playful, clever and not too obviously bubble milk tea. But I'm also open to something more literal, too. I hope to be graced by the power of the collective creativity of all designers.
I really thought the attached image was a great way an artist personified "Bad Milk" and feel that something like that would be very welcomed. Simpler lines, of course, but personification was great and fun. Granted, I do understand that may be a bit too complicated for a logo.