Patty was incredible to work with. She created a beautiful and very unique logo for us that was exactly what we were looking for. She was always readily available to make any changes or adjustments that we requested. We would definitely use her again for future projects and we highly recommend her!
My second time working with Graphicscape and it was just as expected. loved every design option given. Came out exactly how I wanted. Thank you!
I absolutely love the original, creative, and whimsical design Neathyra created for my preschool. It was a great experience to work with Neathyra and I always got back edits right away.
This designer is wonderful!! She's talented, patient, and very available for edits throughout the process.
How celestefaltyn2 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our organisation creates premium natural skin care products from Jelly Bush Honey (equivalent of the famed Manuka honey). Our target market are women from 30 - 55 who appreciate fine and natural products, who are willing to spend a little on it.
The logo needs to simple but sophisticated without being too serious. It needs to feel a bit luxurious. It needs to be clean and can very subtly reference honeycomb or bees or the flower of the Jelly Bush tree but needs to be very subtle.
In terms of the industry we are cosmetic and beauty but we are also a little agricultural as we harvest our own honey.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Cosmetics & Beauty
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
There are a few brands that I like the look of:
Murchison and Hume - Like the simplicity but don't want to have the ark background.
Myrtle and Moss
Aesop - This style is a little common so would like something more unique but like the sophistication.
Bridget Bodenham is a potter but I like the organics of her pottery with the splash of gold. You can just google her name to find her.
The book cover of Backyard Bees.. The way the black dots depict the bees is good I think (subtle).