great designer. I would like to use radioand5 in private projects.
Responsive designer and great overall experience!
How ebnetse started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We produce organic fertilizers from wood and agricultural wastes. 1) Biochar is a natural form of charcoal that stores water and nutrients for plants, improves soil fertility and sequesters carbon to reduce climate change impact. 2) Biochar is also used in the process of water filtration and wastewater treatment (similar to activated carbon).
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Green is an obvious choice and Biochar is black, but we are open to different color combinations (earth browns, water blue, or ??)
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the clean lines of the image looking back over itself and artistic font style complements the image well.
A strong masculine logo. I would like it better without the slogan.
Nice color combinations. Simple and stylish
clever use of the image to represent multiple subjects. Not crazy about the font.
This has an old school look and feel that I like.
i like the use of abstract straight line shapes to create a rounded animal with
antique looking image has a good feel to it considering the subject is an old factory.
This is a complicated logo but somehow it all works. I don't know what the elephant represents but I like it.
this was a perfect image to represent black biochar below the surface giving life to the tree. Excellent. However, our name change to Earthworks was to accommodate more filtration customers and not be so agricultural focused
A woodcut design that give an organic vibe for what is a small producer of olive oil products. the image is strong enough to draw the viewers attention immediately on the white background.
Has a cool 'old timey' vibe that suggests the company has been around awhile (despite the obvious date). the font is very western looking but the smooth looking olives soften the image from being too masculine.
This has to be the all time worst logo EVER! I would want the opposite of this.
The attached image is owned by us and could be used with the new company name, but we are interested in some new concepts. it would be interested to see if we could combine an image of a gear with another image of the earth.