Great and easy to work with! Offered multiple iterations and visual applications upfront which made it easy to visualize it coming to life!
great work! thank you!
Great design, easy to work with
Brought a unique idea that was different than many of the other designs that were submitted, but still in line with what was needed.
It was a pleasure to work with Ermetica7. Very talented and listened to all of my feedback. Provided me with great quality designs and communication. I would highly recommend to anyone!
How Jedodaperfumes started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Jedoda Perfumes is an all-natural, independent perfume house that creates luxury scents in small, hand-crafted artisan batches, using the finest and most rare natural botanicals and essences from around the world. The target audience for our high-end priced product is women (and men) who wear perfume and are looking for healthier options without harmful synthetics and chemicals (who don't mind splurging on an all-natural luxury indulgence).
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Purples: Imagination, spirituality, royalty and luxury.
Greens: Growth, harmony and success.
Let designers make suggestions:
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Here are some ideas I have and things that are important:
1. Preferred color is purple with greens (representing nature) and turquoise, or open to other colours suggested by designers.
2. Logo will be used for website and packaging (the items will be small, so the design and color should be scalable and be able to retain brand identity). Would also like to be able to easily separate image from company name for further scalability.
3. Really like mandalas and/or circle designs with botanicals somehow represented. Mandalas are prettiest with color, but not sure how well mandalas would scale down for package/bottle printing, etc.
4. Thematically inspired by art nouveau, early 1900's. Really like the font and style used for the "Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries". Also like goddesses, ivy. It might be nice to have a flower(s) somehow represented as flowers are usually the main ingredients in perfumes, but this not mandatory. Also inspired by the five elements (fire, earth, air, water, space/ether)
I'm really looking forward to seeing the responses and visual interpretations of our company. Thank you for your time and creative vision!