Great concept, good communication, was happy to work on revisions that came through quick. Brilliant final product.
Nalendra_logo was very responsive with my requests, communicated well, and fulfilled all requests and modifications in a timely manner. I'm pleased with the outcome of my logo for my business.
Annisa was great to work with, she was receptive to my feedback and suggestions and was extremely quick to send back revisions. Her logo design really communicates to the niche of my business.
- M@X MAN
We are really happy with the design idea and simplicity, still with a premium feel.
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Our company makes a line of eco-friendly products for the marine industry. This logo will be for our newest product that we call the EcoPile. It is an all plastic piling (the pole driven into the ground for a dock's foundation) that is used for dock construction. The piling is very eco-friendly because it is made of 70% recycled plastics, and is used instead of a lumber. This reduces the amount of trees driven into the ground, and also keep a thousands of pounds of chemical treatment that they use to preserve the wood out of the waterways.
We've been perfecting our design for a few years now and there is already a huge demand. This piling will be very popular in the coming months.
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I've attached a few photos that show the close up profile of the piling. As you can see, it has a large Star of David on the inside. This is there because all those triangles on the inside support eachother, making it very rigid and strong, while also keeping the overall weight/cost down. Also on the bottom, we have the spiral grooves carved into the piling. This feature is designed to have the sand in the ground lock into it, making it very hard to pull back out should a large storm or something ever come through. Both of these features were engineered into the piling to make it much better, but we aren't sure if there is a good way to work an image of it into the logo. Our biggest concern is putting a large Star of David front and center, because it would obviously make us look very Jewish (no offense to anyone reading this, haha!) We were kind of thinking about a nice clean logo that has a like an eco-friendly leaf that dots the i in "EcoPile", but we're hoping someone can be a little more creative. Maybe somehow the L in Pile can be a tree of some kind, with grooves around the bottom of it, with eco-friendly leaves coming out the top as the branches? I think at an angle like this we could also have the internal profile showing out of the top. We would really like so show that there is webbing on the inside somehow. The last picture is a terrible rough sketch I put on there to try to show roughly what I'm talking about, but I'm by no means artistic. We're open to suggestions so feel free to get creative! Some other recommendations in the office include having something like a whale, blowing out the Eco friendly leaf. Maybe just some waves in the background.