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It's a golf ball and clothing brand. There are four sub-brands - duffer shank, duffer worm burner, duffer drink and duffer yips.
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I'd like to explore the following colors:
Blues: Knowledge, trust, calm and honesty.
Greens: Growth, harmony and success.
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The name of the company is Duffer Golf. The main logo I'm looking for is duffer (including a standalone "d" logo). The names of the four products are Shank, Wormburner, Yips and Drink. Each of those identifies a type of golf ball, like the Duffer Shank, the Duffer Yips, etc. Each also has a unique and bright color - Shank is orange, Wormburner is green, Yips is purple and Drink is blue. When the duffer logo stands by itself, i’d like the ability to add one of the four colors to it, although I’d like the “d” to be black. Experiment with interesting ways to add a touch of color.
I would like the logo to be all lowercase and want it to convey motion. I've attached something I drew freehand, but if doesn't have to be exactly like that. the "d" is particularly important, as I’d like for it to potentially stand on it’s own when it’s representing the brand on clothing for example. The round part of the d could have golf ball dimples in it OR a small golf ball at the top, or it could include a separate mark that implies motion (or just the d). I’m not sure how this would look. See the attached drawing.