once started, we do more and more projects with Nina
Good experience, would definitely work with this designer again.
Awesome designer, couldn't recommend highly enough! Has gone above and beyond but most importantly has designed for us an awesome logo!!
We are looking forward to working with each other again.
How Frassmaster started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
100% Soluble Organic Fish Hydrolysate
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Company is Organic Nutrients, Inc. All of our logos have come from 99designs. All we do is Organic plant care. Our current products are Insect Frass, Phytol (organic insecticide) and now "Ocean Grown", which is purified fish hydrolysate that is 100% soluble for use as fertilizer and foliar treatment. The numbers "15-1-1" are the N-P-K (Nitrogen Phosphorous Potassium) and must be displayed but are not part of the slogan.
I would like for the brand to be consistent, but lets not limit the potential design around the existing products as it will likely not be placed next to the other products on the shelf. Target audience is hydroponic stores primarily, with home and garden stores such as Home Depot being secondary.
The package will be round. I attached an image of the actual container which is the blank white canister. The previous name was Pure Protein Dry. The sample logos for Aminos and Gamma Aminos are a direction we explored that we will call "batman" like. We would like to further explore this "Wham" "Pow" effect but are not married to it. The logo will need to placed in the middle in the same fashion as the previous label, and all of the label text used, so effectively this is a label contest but we have all other elements of the label except for the primary logo. Please show the logo by itself and the logo as it would look on the label with all other elements.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
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