Feasty got their new logo design by running a design contest:
New Logo - GUARANTEED - for Luxury Handmade Soap Company
Check out Feasty's Logo design contest…
Soothes the body & soul
Cosmetics & Beauty
We are makers of luxury handmade soaps. Our soaps are made from scratch using natural ingredients like olive oil and shea butter; some are fragranced and some are all natural. They are free from palm oil so they are eco-friendly as well. In future, we will also be offering a range of crystal healing products, including room sprays and body lotions. The crystals are infused in water similar to flower essences and provide healing for mind, body and soul. Our business name – Daily Serenity – was chosen as we would like our customers to be able to enjoy a relaxing bath or shower at the end of a busy day, whilst enjoying one of our luxurious handmade soaps. It’s about taking a moment for yourself and having that little piece of serenity and beauty each day. The crystal products will contribute to people’s emotional and spiritual wellbeing. Although the handmade soaps and crystal products are quite different from each other, they have in common that they both contribute to people’s wellbeing and make them feel uplifted and they both utilise water, so maybe that will help with the design. Our target market is mainly women, age range 25-55, but probably averaging 40 years old, with many of them being mothers with children. Our customers may be seeking handmade soaps due to skin conditions (eg sensitive skin, dry skin, eczema) for themselves or family members, they may be looking for a natural product or just buying something special for themselves or as a gift. We will be selling our products through our website, direct sales at shows and to up-market gift shops and boutiques. Each bar of soap retails for around AU$6.00 so the logo needs to reflect that it is a high quality product. Please see our website to view our products. Note: The website design has not had any design work done so please ignore the colours & style - http://www.dailyserenity.com.au. It may end up looking more like this http://www.thelemontub.co.uk/littlecote_soap_co.html
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Our logo must look professional & be very definite so that it jumps out at potential customers (eg when it's sitting on a shelf alongside other products). Style - contemporary, classy (without being overly formal), clean & simple, obvious Elements - nature, water, soft & peaceful to look at, flowing or curved lines I like the general style and feel used at http://www.simplysoap.com.au and http://www.lindaosullivan.co.uk I'm aiming to build a brand and eventually be in the league of - http://vassevirgin.com.au/bath-body/scent-range/75-gardener-s If I had a soap shop it might look something like the first photo below - warm & cosy, natural materials, a little bit rustic, a bit French, pretty. I love everything in the French style! Size – The logo needs to be printed on our soap labels (not yet designed) at a fairly small size, perhaps only 10-15mm high, so please take this into consideration. Copy of current label is attached to give an indication of size. The logo will also be made into an acrylic stamp for stamping an impression into the bars of soap, so it needs to be a fairly simple design for this purpose - it will be more like a silhouette on the stamp. The tagline will be omitted from the soap stamp to simplify it. I've attached a photo showing the soap stamp that I currently use (photo 2) and some other soap stamps. That's about as intricate as the design can be. Font – I would like the font “Great Vibes” to be used for the company name. It's from http://www.fontspace.com/typesetit/great-vibes. The font I currently use for the tagline is Nyala but I'm happy for that to change to another sans serif font.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo design starts at 1.999 kr..
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It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their logo design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
Feasty collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
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