Hey guys, can you tell me if you have a favourite from these 3? thank you in advance.
11 months ago
Triple A for »A«!!!
C for me.
Thank you so much guys!!
A for me @Rudy
A and B are super nice. I'd need to know more about it to decide from there. But C just seems less 'free'.
I like the one that says "greenhouse" on it. haha. These are all super nice. I like A the best probably.
A by an absolute whisker over C. I guess it really depends on the clients angle. Are they going for upmarket or more whimsical?
+1 for A
Something about B that's just friendly and a bit bubbly, which I really like :)
All of them are great, I fall in love with A ;)
B seems most fitting to me. It's more organic and curvy - appropriate with the idea within nature (and 'lady' for that matter...). B also stands out as most memorable and unique. It really 'pops' compared to the other two. It's fun, bold, and would be easy to brand and feature on different products.
C is a bit too rigid for me and A I feel would get lost among the millions of logo in the world.
"A" definitely has a nice organic look to it. "B" looks great except for one thing...Where's the green? "C" has a really formal feel to it. I would choose "A" as is or "B" if you made the "Mt. Lady" portion of the logo green.
B for me. Has a nice dynamic feel to it. The others, especially C, feel a bit too contraint and less flexible. B could make a really interesting brand.
B for me. It's more organic and approachable - the others seem too elegant and serious for a greenhouse. Nice :)
Thank you all for your comments/suggestions/critics, much appreciated and I will take them into account. Good points and observations from all of you.
Oh man! I dig them all and they're all so different! But I think I prefer A or C. I love how A breaks the frame, but I think C is just overall super strong.
I like C! It has something of a Chalet / Swiss Alps thing about it, less greenhouse, but I really dig it overall.
A! So elegant :)
I like C it demands my attention.
10 months ago
C for me;)
9 months ago
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