Absolutely one of the best to work with! Great job, timely, professional - I cannot say enough good things. Highly recommend!!
Many thanks for the great logo and all the effort.
Clever and clean design - very prompt responses.
M'Cho_DS was excellent in his response and help. I very much liked his work and his sense of restraint in the designs he offered up. I would use him again!
How haazel started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Recreational Cannabis Producer/Processor Company (i502) based in Washington State, in the Snoqualmie Valley. Small scale, boutique business, all organic.
Target Market: The artist, the industrialist, and the scientist. And those who identify with these archetypes.
Our company will have 3 lines, one line targeted towards each demographic/archetype. Each line will be branded a bit differently. We would like to have a logo that encompasses all three lines: the artist (mid-market), the industrialist (economy line), and the scientist (top-shelf). The logo will need to be able to be put on the packaging for all three lines. Perhaps, submitted renditions can be shown in three stylizations...
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like that this would appeal to an artist, a scientist, and an industrialist
I like the color and the sacred geometry and the modern font
I do not like the font, but I do like the use of geometry and the 3D effect
I like the rugged and distressed effect, and the cross contour line art.
I like the distressed, painted quality. I also like the simplicity of the icon, while still being very memorable and like you haven't seen it before.
I like that the icon makes sense with what the company is. I like that it is slightly abstract but incorporates both the crown and the paint... Its very visual and memorable, while still simple, and modern. You haven't seen it before.
We may hiring for help with packaging design for all three lines... So finding a designer that understands what we are going for, and how we can visualize our brand concept, will be helpful, and possibly present ongoing opportunities for the designer.