Fantastic work, listened to what we wanted and delivered incredibly quickly!
- Wild Bunch
- Cross the Lime
She did an excellent job! I liked the design she provided, and she was also very responsive and helpful.
This designer is first class. Went out of his way to work with us on tweaking the design, even after handover was complete. Incredible service and ideas. Great experience!
- Britt Bickley
How Judith3 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
"Inhabit" will be a modern/eclectic furniture and home decor store with a mix of high and low priced furniture pieces, mixed with one of a kind furniture pieces, art, and accessories for the home....think "West Elm meets the Brooklyn Flea Market"...
"inhabit" can also be played with as "in habit"...as in having a habit or addiction to things that are "in" (hip, cool, interesting)....
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I'm thinking a clean and simple font or perhaps an old typewriter looking font. All lower-case maybe, and perhaps a colored dot between the words "in" and "habit"...(not tied to any of these ideas...just fodder to get the party started.)
My storefront will be in an old historic brick building that used to be a loading dock. The exterior signage may be made of metal. My shopping bags will be brown paper with the logo hand-stamped on in black ink.
Words I think of for inspiration are: "hipster", Portlandia, Brooklyn, industrial, re-purposed/reclaimed, vintage, unique, creative, with a pinch of "steam-punk" thrown in for good measure.