We are a small company comprised of cancer survivors and nutrition enthusiasts. We are devoted to making a safe, quality product that we will take daily ourselves. We will also be donating a percentage of our profits to cancer research. However, we do not need a logo for our company, but instead a specific product which is a nutritional supplement marketed at those recovering from cancer.
Those recovering from cancer, those who have cancer, those who want to avoid cancer. Though this product will be effective for anyone wanting to take it, we will be focusing our marketing efforts specifically on cancer survivors.
We want something simple that will look good on a plain white label. We like the idea of using a redwood tree (representing long and sustaining life), whether that includes the roots in a more "zoomed out" look, or just a big, sturdy trunk, we'll leave to the artists to decide. We definitely want the product name (Endure Daily) in the logo. Colors we like are green and blue, and whatever color you use for the redwood.
There is the possibility of additional work coming to the winner, specifically website design.
We will be checking in often and giving feedback constantly. Good luck!
UPDATE #1: Wow, 18 designs in less than one day! Thanks guys so much for the hard work. Here is what we like so far: the tree design from logo #9 (although we'd like the trunk of the tree to be a different color than the leaves), the text from logo #10, and the "bubble" from logo #6. Incorporating all that into a new logo would be on the right track (but don't limit your creativity). Thanks again!!
UPDATE #2: Looks like logo #9 (which I referenced in update #1) has been pulled... with regards to the tree, we just want to make sure that it looks specifically like a redwood tree. Thanks!
UPDATE #3: The amount of designs we have received is just amazing, thanks to everyone! To give you an idea of our preferences, we love logos 36, 40, and 41. We love the simplicity of all three, the professional look of 40/41, and the vibrant colors and 'fullness' of the tree design in 36. Please let us know if you have any questions!