Cheers for your input CLHB! I did explore this route and do love that style but I really wanted to try and keep things super simple and have the text as the focus of the logo (even though I might be going against this some of the time). Hence why I wasn't so sure on number 7 originally. I don't...
Cheers Paul, agreed!
Like your thoughts on the packaging too, I've envisioned getting a rubber stamp made to brand the box. I think the above style would look awesome.
Any thoughts on direction from here? I don't know whether to get/commission someone to do a custom jobby of the above, put a...
Might be that the cut out doesn't follow the 'D'. Like the progress you've made. Don't like the font on premium/having 3 fonts. What about moving the Premium above Racecraft and in the same font and style as Decals?
The only other direction I would go in is something like this (still sticking to simple-ish),
but I don't know if this portrays a 'grown-up' brand, the logo needs to represent the stability of the furniture hence why I've had quite a formal approach. :help::Cry:
Thanks guys. I don't 'love' any of them so I'm a bit stumped. Wanted to keep it simple but may have gone too far in that direction, will continue to work on them and fresh ideas as we go on. Any creative input would be great if you have any thoughts.
Nice and easy, which is your favourite?
Original post here, thought I'd start another thread as it's taken a slightly different direction.
Any and all feedback ideas welcome as usual!
Thought I'd throw in my two cents... Tim I think you've misinterpreted CLHB identifying social media as a great avenue for gaining work, he didn't say anything specifically about asking for work, and the way you've put it of course would look unprofessional and desperate. But used correctly I'd...
I need your help. 'A friend' is in the process of finishing full time work and starting his own business called 'Boxed Living'. To cut to the chase the brand will sell cardboard furniture. It's going to be an affordable flat-pack furniture solution, with a similar target market to Ikea...