Good work with a quick response time. Had designs that others didn't think of. Really appreciate the work!
How at terravanatrading.co started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
theravana is a health & personal care brand focused on alternative and homeopathic therapeutics products such as mineral infused sports clothing, compression garments, braces, muscle supports, kinesiology tape, creams, oils, etc.
Focus: more pronounced toward sports industry than pharmaceutical (searching for a logo that is both pharmaceutical/medical, though feels more accessible, like a sports industry product.)
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
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To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Theravana is a combination of: therapeutic + nirvana. We have been running with a simple: 'thera+vana' using the '+" as a director towards pharmaceutical as well as showing the combination of the two words. We may continue to use that in places which require branding or in copy. We occasionally include the slogan 'therapuetic nirvana', however, do not want that included in the logo. We've also tried combing '+' 't' 'v" into a symbol, however, have failed to come to anything that looks appealing. We are still very much interested in unique designs; though your welcome to work with as described. Also, please keep in mind, we will need a symbol/logo that can be embossed onto clothing (without any other writing to describe association) - something as unique and simple as lululemon design/nike/etc. as well as the ability to be inserted inbetween/before/after 'theravana'. If you could somehow modernize (with hipster geometry, such as triangles?) the simple '+' sign that is connected with the health category then great, we will just insert it into theravana, so that it reads 'thera+vana'. Please ask questions and again, we are very open. Thank you.
Please ask questions.