Rebound color version. Client wanted traditional, bright Latin color palette, wants a feeling of organic yet exciting, fun and adventurous. Tatuana Trading Company specializes in honoring tradition, culture, and nature of Guatemala by finding food treasures locally produced by small rural communities including chocolates, coffee alternatives, tea's, spices and other foods. The name comes from a famous legend in Guatemala: Tatuana was a beautiful woman that came to a small town and bewitched everyone. Spanish soldiers, declaring her a witch, put her in jail. When they were going to put her on trial, a soldier came to her jail cell and found it empty. She mysteriously disappeared, leaving behind only one thing: a drawing of a ship on the wall. It is said she climbed in the ship and sailed away. So lives on the legend of Tatuana...
over 1 year ago
Something unique , Sean !
agree, very nice..you are very creative:)
when i saw this, i said "oooooooh!" out loud. :D
all of the above. like i said.
Beautiful! Love it in colors too.
Thanks all, absolutely thrilled you like it! Appreciate all the support!
Love it even more, great work Sean!
Great job, Sean.
Beautiful! i think it's very clever the way you brought together Tatuana and the boat - brilliantly executed. and those little leafs as separators, what a wonderful touch.
This just got better! I can't believe it...
Thanks again all, truly appreciated very much!
stunning piece (personally i prefer the non-colour version, but this is great also).
cheers again man ... still lookig at this logo :D
you've got such a mass of great work ... I'M FRUSTRATED !!!! ...
love your work ...I guess the next one featured on LP
Julius, far too kind, thanks, man!
Bernd, you have nothing to be frustrated about, you have a huge mass of amazing work and your talent is insanely admirable my friend. Appreciate the kind words but there is so much talent at LP I'm not sure that will happen!
so nice logo, hippie mood ;-)...Just one sugerence so the big starts in the sides are ok but the other fours more small give it a dirty view...best!
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