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How Wild Strawberry Soap started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Wild Strawberry Soap Company
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Wild Strawberry Soap Company sells all natural, hand-crafted home, bath, and boudoir soaps, scents, and delights. The target audience is women with a crunchy, feminine style.
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
I'm looking for something with a natural and old-fashioned elegant aesthetic that incorporates the botanical image of the wild strawberry plant (fruit, leaf, and flower). The image should be earthy and feminine (think frilly/curvy) with a hint of sexy (imagine products for a crunchy, beautiful urban-homesteading woman with a sparkling, all-natural home, who enjoys luxurious cosmetics and keeps a sensuous boudoir). The logo should convey a sparkle of natural elegance to make the products stand out in an otherwise rustic setting.
One thing that is important to me is the botanical
details of the strawberry plants in the design. I want all plant
elements in their details to look like real strawberry plants, even if
stylized. For example, each of the leaves should have three leaflets of
the appropriate shape and proportion, with the ridged edges. If you
look closely at this illustration: http://wisplants.uwsp.edu/scripts/b
you can see that the two leaves (each with three leaflets), and the
flowering stalk, both come out of the base of the plant. The base of the
plant has some spiky brown shapes, and then there is the root. I would
like to see some of these botanical details incorporated into the way
the strawberries look in the logo.