Beautiful & unique work! Worked fast to meet an International press release deadline about a new company & brand.
- :: musemuse ::
Muse was quick to respond and very professional. You need to use him!
This was such a fun experience! All the designers were wonderful to work with. Such much creativity and inspiration showed up. So many amazing options to choose from, it was very difficult to pick a winner. We are so excited about our new logo!
Thank you! We love your work!
- janelle jM
Refsii has consistently delivered great options. She is happy to alter her designs as per requests and is a great communicator.
- Magic Mind
Magic Mind did a great job, was very responsive, creative, and professional.
How PuraEarth started their logo & social media pack journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Full Spectrum Pain + Wellness is an educational resource for patients considering cannabis as an alternative to mainstream medicine. Focused specifically on the treatment chronic pain, sleep disorders, cancer-related symptoms and drug/alcohol abuse, Full Spectrum helps patients regain control on their conditions without the use of synthetic pharmaceutical drugs.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Medical & Pharmaceutical
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the simplicity and subtlety of the images I attached. Obviously cannabis consumption comes with a stigma, the logo should appeal primarily to those outside of the cannabis community. Ultimately, we're trying to help people overcome the stigma and the logo should be reflective of that. It should be bright, colorful, clean and crisp - it should not be dark, hardcore or grungy. It should make someone feel like they're making the healthiest choice for their body. It should make someone feel like they're in control of their own medical future (as opposed to being controlled by a doctor's rigid, traditional prescribed regime). I don't really like the logo that says "full spectrum cannabinoids" design-wise, but I do like the brightness and the colors included.
The last file I uploaded is an infographic that explains the meaning of "full spectrum" in this context. The term "full spectrum" actually refers to the retention of all cannabinoids present in the cannabis plant through the production process, full spectrum cannabis products are much more robust, natural and organic that other cannabis extracts/derivatives.