Perfection would be a logo that incorporates a 'choppy' dog such as a Frenchie!! The simple dog design must portray a little character or personality in a soft & feminine way so the audience feels connected & engaged! Try and incorporate something into the design that makes it feel health & wellbeing related or happy & loved. I had in mind a clean design with not too much detail however. I really like hand drawn soft sketched type or very clean lines. Please don't add any colour as the toys, treats & hygiene brands of other businesses will clash when I create my overall branding so I need simple but effective.
This logo all be used on a website, instagram and other social media platforms as the primary way of advertising so I need something compact & punchy. The logo / Mascot will be used also on the outside of a cardboard mailer box also with only 1 colour variation/ tones in the back ground to set out off...
Any questions please just message me! Thanks again and I will try and make sure I give feedback to everyone that submits!
UPDATE: "Hi Everyone! I just wanted to say thanks so much for submitting your ideas so far, taking on board my brief requirements and feedback and then spending the time to re-submit revisions and cute new inspiring styles!!! This business means so much to me - my Frenchie was my inspiration who I adore and love like a child and who's health & wellbeing is 'THE' most important this to me; so it's really important also that these feelings and emotions are conveyed in my logo!! I need the audience to trust my business with their own furies and be intrigued enough to want to click on an instagram page or trusted enough to purchase my premium services!! The simple but illustrative logos' seem to be really leading the race now so please keep them coming! Your all really helping my quest - Thanks again!!"
Hey - Thanks so much for submitting your design. Whilst I’m grateful for the effort and time you have taken to submit - on this occasion I don’t feel it’s quite what I’m looking for. Please take a moment to re-read the brief for some guidance. Thanks Again :-)