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How msquaredbrewing started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Burning Tree Brewing Company (or no name in logo)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We will sell high quality craft beer to beer enthusiasts.
Our target audience would be working professionals looking to enjoy fine beer in a casual, non party atmosphere out of a tap room attached to our brewery.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
name with town/building silhouette
abstract but simple
sleek, straight forward
use of celtic knot around outside, nice font
use of negative space for image of dog
incorporation of initials into log
can be scaled to 1-2 colors nicely, easy to read
Burning Tree doesn't have to be specifically a reference to a tree actually on fire. The Rowan Tree as referenced as "burning" or on "fire" in Celtic lore is more about the tree having red foliage in the fall and the red berries it produces making it look "on fire" especially when back lit or illuminated some how. The tree was known to be extremely durable and to grow in unusual and hostile environments even out of rocky outcroppings. One specific style of image we really like is that of the Celtic Tree of Life or something similar. However I am also not opposed at all to a more literal interpretation of a tree actually burnt or on fire, but could also be implied in other ways
Many of our beers would be historical or true to style representations.
Ideally the logo would be scalable to one or two colors for easier ability to apply to glasswear, bottle tops, etc.