Working with Nicole was wonderful! She was very receptive to my creative brief and all of the feedback I gave during the logo tweaking and refining process. She was more than willing to help me make my vision a reality for my logo, and she had a nice and positive disposition along the way too, which is always lovely to work with :).
Great Job. Very Responsive and creative
Second project with Bossall691 - simple and easy. Thanks again!
Teri was a pleasure to work with and I love the final design.
A great job and quick turnaround
How Monchesky started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Four Leg Health
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
"4 Leg Health" or "Four Leg Health" can be used
The company specializes in pet care and pet health products. It is targeted to owners aged around 30-40; primarily dog and cat owners; aimed at promoting physical and emotional health in pets to thereby encourage physical and emotional health in the owners.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Animal & Pet
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I will require a full color logo, plus a monochrome B&W version too. Ideally something with a vibrant palette. I have rejected one submission already for having a dog that when colored green looked sick, not vibrant. Think vibrant colors that say "health"
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Morbid and not repulsive.
Abstract mix of two concepts that can be identified easily in their surreal union.
Lovable looking bird, without resorting to too much cutesiness. I'm sorry that's not a real word, but it works here.
Able to make the chameleon look friendly without resorting to too much cartoonish nature (i.e. not cell shaded).
Flowing graceful lines. Abstract and clearly able to tell that it is a gazelle. Or an elk. Or maybe an ibix? Okay, not all that clear.
Not sure why I picked this logo. I think it's because the artwork takes a tough animal and softens it with the abstract to make it approachable.
Not sure, but I'm craving some fresh lime juice in a double shot of rum on the rocks right now.
Graceful lines, beautiful background contrasted with against a stylized scavenger.
Friendly looking. Nice use of personification to create a welcoming appearance.
The expression on the sheep combined with a backpack, it's almost like there is a story waiting to be told here. Where is he going? What's in the backpack? Why does he look so puzzled about what is before him?
I'm looking for something playful and fun. And since the pet products are to promote health in the pets I need a logo that says "healthy". During brainstorming for the logo there were ideas of the ridiculousness of The Far Side, and the Animal Farm chant of "4 legs good, 2 legs bad". Kinda like the first impression of the logo will bring a smirk to the viewer that will translate to a sense of rapport. Probably want to have a cat and/or dog in the image since those are the animals for the target demographic. Bonus points for both cat and dog together.
The logo can use either "4 Leg Health" or "Four Leg Health" but the company name is important to be included.
Also, I will need both full color and monochrome B&W versions of the logo. If the logo cannot translate to mono B&W I will have to reject it.