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How helen4T started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Porla & Pine
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Porla & Pine is a lifestyle brand with the mission to create a space where women feel seen and inspired. We specialize in photography, curation and story telling for women who love a healthy lifestyle, living with dog and traveling the world.
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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
Love that the design element symbolizes both a crown and paint, and that it's simple and clean.
The organic feel with both the text and the illustration.
How they made the squirrel unique and recognizable, yet simple.
The organic quality of the illustration.
The play with the shapes and how the text is aligned. The illustration is too "heavy" (thick) for my taste though.
The simplicity. However, it would be hard to use the illustration separately from the text.
It's a bit too "sharp" in the edges, but I like that it stands out from the regular more square formatted logos.
I like the simplicity and how just a few lines creates the leopard.
Simple, yet recognizable.
The roundness and simplicity of the illustration. The fact that it's so simple but still look so professionally designed. How the text is simple as well with the same size and all lower case, but how part of it is in bold to make it stand out a bit. Love this logo!!
Porla is Swedish for the burbling sound of water. Pine represents the scent of nature. The brand is focused on natural, simplicity and harmony. We are looking for a minimalistic logo with text and a design element that can be used both together and separately from each other. We've played with the idea of using a pine cone in the design and like the thought of pine needles too, but it's important the logo is soft and inviting (pine needles might come across as too sharp).