JP_Designs did an awesome job. They were very persistent and listened to our input. The designs were extremely clean. They were very professional helping us after the award to provide additional iterations. Top notch designer.
Great work, we love the logo
Thank you so much!
He did a great job and provided all the revisions I needed. Love our new logo!
I am very pleased with the work from "Power". There were many revisions, and he was always willing to make adaptations and changes, in a prompt manner. While there were many good designs in my contest, and good designers, the effort and dedication from "Power" helped put him at the top.
How Naarboven started their logo design journey
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My business is an up-and-coming clothing line that caters specifically to hospital wear such as lab coats, scrubs (fashionable and basic), and nurses/doctors footwear etc. the most unique thing about this clothing line is that ALL the fabric used to create the clothing is 100% recycled fabrics. The fabrics are all made from recycled plastic bottles.
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This logo needs to be very legible in small or large print as it will be many times embroidered on tags displayed on clothing articles (most likely on a grey or black tag background). I am very fond of script/elegant, curved fonts as long as it can remain legible. I want the logo to really accentuate the "Eco" pitch. Therefore the "m" should remain small with the "E" large (the logo is pronounced with a long E sound - hence me Eco). Just an idea of mine... To accentuate the long E sound, we could put a long, slender leaf over the capital E (similiar to the phonics display). I am open to adding a small picture hint (such as the leaf) to add to the Eco pitch. I look forward to seeing the designs; let's have fun with it!