Joc@ payed close attention to the design brief and had a good concept of my vision right off the top. They were very receptive to feedback and made timely revisions. Thank you.
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- Elliott Flick
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- Woow Designs
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How boninoa started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Since 1997 we've been specializing in Italian Traditional and fine foods in glass jar. We are located in the HILLY Langhe area (If you don't know how they look please check on google image just typing "langhe to get an idea")in Piemonte (north west Italy). It's a well known tourist spot for wine and food lovers in fact our range includes many specialities of the Langhe made with Barolo RED WINE, TRUFFLES and other popular ingredients of our lands. Our main target are deli a shops.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Our current brand is called "I Peccati di Ciacco" but from 2019 it will be substituted by the new "Langhe Gourmet". You can check our current product range and find further info about the company and our land at http://www.ipeccatidiciacco.it - we are going to make a new label design too for the new brand so don't be influenced by the current label.
Note1: if you plan to make a hand-drawn logo they don't have to be necessarily very detailed since they will be on a food jar label (approx size: length 10cm height 4 cm) which is not as big as a wine bottle label.
Note2: The size of the 2 words (Langhe and Gourmet) shouldn't be too much disproportionate , a little it's surely acceptable but not too much
Note 3: A clean/fancy logo with minimalist but meaningful drawing would probably be the best direction.