Great designer, read the brief and worked with feedback to give us exactly what we wanted!
Great logo design for our corporate anniversary. Thank you
Did an excellent job, was quick with her responses even though she was on the other side of the world and many time zones away. I would definetly recommend her to others.
Our business is to advice on how to align heterogeneous corporate cultures in such manor that the diversity becomes an asset and a competitive advantage.
Through 99designs we got several very good designs. In the end we desided to use a design that could support our ability to tell a smart company story when we meet our clients for the first time.
In our experience this is a very important issue during an initaial sales meeting.
KEDAVRA provided us with a very good design as the logotype has the resemblance of a grand piano that has been opened. It supports our company story in a good manor. The metaphor of a grand piano excludes a positive feeling, an air of exclusiveness and elegance and the association of expertise. If you open a grand piano you can see that all the strings are different and that the keys have different colours. Thus, what sound this will create is very much up to the pianist. If played without feeling the tune will be atonal and chaotic, but if the diversity of the strings played with feeling the tune will create great harmony and good results.
We are very grateful to KEDAVRA for this design
Created a very beautiful logo and great communication.
Very pleasant experience.
How Lorne.bruce started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We sell beauty products imported from exotic countries around the world.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Cosmetics & Beauty
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We are going to be selling natural, environmentally friendly beauty products sourced from exotic locales around the world. We have a stylistic preference for abstracted imagery and minimalist designs. We are open to all designs, but have a preference for tree imagery and designs.
We are also interested in the possibility of human imagery with the trees. Obviously, like many naive small businesses we would like to build our company around a model that is socially progressive and beneficial to the people working in our supply chain and would love to imagine our company as one that offers shade for those involved.