Natural Nectars Logo

LamaKova's picture

Hi all,

I just wondered what do you see in this logo? (and i mean to the green part...).

Thanks!
Elsi

LamaKova's picture

Hi again,

This is an idea of a logo for natural juice company.
Any feedback would be appriciated. Thanks! elsi.

riccard0's picture

It seems a little rigid to say “juice” to me.
And always try it in black and white first.

Justin_Ch's picture

I see what could be the stem of a plant and the tips of two leaves. Not the part of a plant the juice comes from. Possibly suitable for tea, but as Riccardo says, it looks a bit rigid.

cerulean's picture

I'm afraid I see "Nh".

Alaskan's picture

I'm afraid I see a decapitated frog.

Alaskan's picture

Sanish Joseph? Spam spam spam spam!

LamaKova's picture

Here again,

Tried to leave out the leaves (as suggested) and include in the nectar part.
Found myself diggin too deep so i thought to check and see if you think that it is a good direction.
The second version is a (poor) try to turn the U into a flower...still not finished.
The logo should carry some elegance tone.

(almost..) any feedback will be appriciated :)

Thanks,
Elsi

hello seb's picture

liking the hummingbird,
the flower needs a bit of work, it feels a little weedy & leaning left, maybe chuck a stem for the flower in & see if thats cool?
in fact you could just go with option 1 in my opinion..
the typeface isn't my cup of tea but i can see why you chose it
kia ora

Arno Enslin's picture

There is a big disharmony between the colors in all of your examples.

LamaKova's picture

Thanks Chilly!
Arno - Thanks, which color would you change? the green or the orange? Any feedback on the logo itself?

Thanks,
Elsi.

riccard0's picture

I think that a simple solution would be just filling the u with juice.

If you prefer the flower-shape modification, I think r would be a better candidate.

hello seb's picture

riccard0's idea is good

Mugford's picture

>> what do you see in this logo?
>> This is an idea of a logo for natural juice company.

Unfortunately I see...a lawsuit from Nantucket Nectars :(

But hey, I'm no copyright lawyer, so what do I know.

I would try other letters as the flower and see if another one works better.

LamaKova's picture

@ Mugford: sorry, didn't get this one about Nantucket Nectars... I googled this name and found their logo - could not see anything in common with mine.Please let me know what i am missing here. (thanks).

Still working on the flower thing...

Thanks anyway!

hello seb's picture

i also looked at nantucket nectars.. wtf is mugford smoking?

@lamakova, could we see an option with the 'r' as the flower?

LamaKova's picture

I'm struggling with choosing the right font…
Anyhow, here is another try in b&w – just to check and see if the general idea is working.
Again, it is for a natural juice company, their product should have some elegant look.
@ Chilly – nothing with the ‘r’ yet…

yaply's picture

I think that the hummingbird drinking out of the letters is corny. It would look nicer if it was positioned horizontally or flying upwards slightly above the letters - giving it a "so free I'm about to fly away" feeling.

Also, the ct is not right, kerning plus c sloping differently from the other letters.

As for Nantucket Nectars "Real is Better", you've just got to wonder if they import their orange concentrate from Brazil like most other brands.

Edvino's picture

I love the hummingbird, but the typeface says Nestle especially the "N"

LamaKova's picture

Thanks Yaply, Edvino.

would appriciate more feedback as I have one 'yes' and one 'no' for the humminbird...

Justin_Ch's picture

I'm not keen on the hummingbird, but if you use it I think it should be stylised in the same way as the flower u. However, and this might just be because I'm a gardener, but the flower looks like a tulip. Not something likely to be visited by a hummingbird.

A problem I have with the hummingbird and flower idea is that it is taking the "nectar" part of the name too literally. This is a juice company. Nectar and juice are not the same thing although nectar is a well known metaphor for a sweet drink. Hence Nantucket Nectars, nectar of the gods, etc. Unless this company happens to be using flower nectars I'd try a direction that says juice & fruit rather than flowers and pollinators.

yaply's picture

Sorry, I wasn't clear. I like the hummingbird too. It's a good symbol for nectar. I don't like the drinking out of the letters bit. That's corny. It would look better if it was just flying around - gives the idea of being free and natural.

Actually, I think that the company name would sound better as "Natural Nectar" rather than "Natural Nectars", it sounds more natural, but that's outside the scope of this forum.

LamaKova's picture

okay.
good feedbacks; makes me think now... :)

thank you,
elsi

Mugford's picture

I just meant the name/product category, not the logo.

But hey, a Kennedy Fried Chicken is opening up in my neighborhood, so I'm probably wrong.

Anyone see Coming To America?

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