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About Your Company
We want to have a logo that consist of a symbol and the name (the product name is: ATTA). Possible to use together and also separately, e.g.: just the symbol and/or just the name. But the logo should be a combination of both.
Logo is for a new product in the logistics industry. The product is similar to the wood-pallet, but made of cardboard paper. Features:
- 100% recyclable (environmentally friendly)
- It has the same strength as the wood-pallet
- 70% lighter than the wood-pallet
The logo should show the three unique features. We are open for all kind of solutions, but what we definitely looking for is a simple, clear (maybe even elegant) logo.
We want to use the “leafcutter ant” as a symbol. We imagined a simple, modern, sketch, even just a one-liner, not a detailed version of the ant itself. One thing we would like to exclude: please no cartoon or any colourful and realistic drawings.
One direction could be: to use a "leafcutter ant" that transports a big green leaf. This represents how light but strong the product is just like the little ant. The green leaf that is transported represents also the eco-friendly construction. (see picture)
Screen / Digital
Preferred Logo Style
Image + Text
Colors to Explore
Top 3 Things
simple, innovative, environmentally friendly
here is a link of the "leafcutter ant" - just for inspiration: