apothecaryathome got their new logo design by running a design contest:
Vintage apothecary inspired logo for herbalist subscription box
Check out apothecaryathome's Logo design contest…
Make Your Medicine (**OR just leave blank if too much text)
Apothecary At Home is an award-winning monthly subscription box that teaches folks how to grow and make their own natural herbal remedies at home. Each month, we deliver new dried herbs to learn about, seeds to plant in your medicinal garden, botanical art prints, teas and goodies, and glass jars and bottles for home medicine-making projects. We also include printed study guides and recipes based on a monthly theme, such as mental health, respiratory system, skin, and first aid. We are based in Berkeley, California, and launched in March of 2020. Our majority of customers are women age 25-34 (millennial and gen x), maybe a little witchy, new agey, or spiritually inclined, interested in becoming healers / living off grid / homesteading / making herbal products. They love DIY and connecting with nature, and all things handmade. They are often a little skeptical of the modern healthcare system and want to return to a nostalgic time of home remedies. Our website: https://www.apothecaryathome.co
We are going for old school apothecary vibes, witchy, woodsy, organic and Americana vintage. Think of the label you might find on an old amber glass bottle, gathering dust in an abandoned apothecary. We like the vintage typewriter feel of Modern Skyn Alchemy. We are also open to a 1970s influence, as there was a renaissance of herbal medicine back then. See the old book covers. We like the subtle psychedelic fonts and patterns / art nouveau. The logo can be either of the aesthetics described above or some creative combination of Americana / art nouveau / 1970s apothecary. We also REALLY like the round Apothecary of Exeter logo, in terms of layout and symmetry. The illustrations of the bottles feel a little too cutesy - we'd probably want to make it a bit darker + more grown up. If we could make that font and illustrations look more realistically vintage (like the vintage labels we attached) that might be something to explore. But I like the concept of having the vintage bottles as well as a plant featured. Our current logo uses the magnolia flower, but if the new one features a plant, we'd probably want to do one (or more) of the following: California poppy, purple coneflower, California wild rose, or chamomile. You can also incorporate elements like tincture bottles, mortar and pestle, or nest the logo in the shape of a house (since we're an activity you do at home). Color wise, we like the "flat" colors seen in 70s art prints or fabric, like the poppy pattern we included. By flat colors, we just mean no shading or gradients, sort of like a block print with gouache. Earth tones preferred - we like more muted colors (jades and forest greens) for the vintage aesthetic, not excessively brown + dead looking since this is a wellness brand. If we work with the winning designer, we would also like to have a logo version that is all black for our letterhead and cardboard shipping boxes, and a font/style guide. I think that's it for now!
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo design starts at €269.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
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.
apothecaryathome collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
We think contests are a super fun way to get design.
Recently completed contests:
In the style made famous by the golden age of radio drama, and drawing inspiration from the likes of Reading Rainbow and
We are a private Catholic boarding school. Our target audience is parents of children ages 6 to 14.
The Scholars Village is a Christian non profit organization that emphasizes the scholarly work of academics within the C
Help design a logo for ABA company that serves children and adults with autism & other disabilities.
An applied behavior analysis (ABA) company that provides ABA treatment to children and adults with autism and other deve
"mecodia Medienkompetenz” (EN: mecodia media literacy) is a business unit of the German company "mecodia", which shall b
We provide martial arts and fitness training