Lone Star Olive Oil Ranch

by Mikeymike • Uploaded: Feb. 16 '11 - Gallerized: Feb. '11

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Description: WIP_1 Texas Olive grower. wants something with the feel of Texas, but with some class. Would love some feed back. thanks.

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Sean Heisler Feb. 16 '11

Very cool, Mike. Love the star/pimento idea but there might be a perspective and shading thing there that you might work out. The pimento seems detached. I know it's a WIP, my 2 cents. Neat mark and idea.

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contrast8 Feb. 16 '11

it looks realy good, very well executed..But i am starting to feel that i am becoming not a fan of theese rounded, old feel logos, because recently appeared them too much and they are comming:) this is just my opinion, but not looking to that this one looks great!:)

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Mikeymike Feb. 16 '11

Hey, Sean, I hear yeah on the perspective. still needs some work. Just flushing out some ideas for now. thanks, bud.*Deividas, agree with a lot of old school seal, crest approaches lately. But I thought it fit here because the intent was also to use as a bottle label. Thanks for the nice comment. cheers.

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Mikeymike Feb. 17 '11

Thanks for the floats everyone.

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nido Feb. 17 '11

right now the star looks as though it's sitting on top of the olive... anyway to create it so that is has a %22attempting to pop out%22 look.. so coming out from within?.. so the star shape is cut on the olive.. but the pimento is extruding?

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Mikeymike Feb. 17 '11

Yeah, I see what you mean, and I am working on that very thing along with the perspective. (which needs work also.)Thanks for the comment. I'll re-post as i think I am getting closer.

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Mikeymike Feb. 17 '11

UPDATED. Straighten out the olive and tried to give the pimento more of feel of being inside the olive itself. getting closer?

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JoePrince Feb. 17 '11

Much better like this Mikey!

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Type08 Feb. 17 '11

Yah nailed it Mikey! Bomb! Maybe more olive-ish color for the enclosure (not it's maybe more army-ish) but pure greatness-ish all around-ish!

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Type08 Feb. 17 '11

Yah nailed it Mikey! Bomb! Maybe more olive-ish color for the enclosure (NOW it's maybe more army-ish) but pure greatness-ish all around-ish!

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Mikeymike Feb. 17 '11

Thanks, Joe.*Alen, yeah I may look at that. I just thought the background colors made the olive stick out more. ,But I'll take a closer look. Thanks guys.

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megashred13 Feb. 17 '11

awesome improvement! this is much better...

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nido Feb. 17 '11

Wow yeah... very nice... Maybe you could dull out the olive slightly to match the encloser rather than the other way?... the enclosure colour is very appealing... or maybe you can tell us all to get stuffed now... either way, good stuff.

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Sean Heisler Feb. 17 '11

There you go. Makes much more sense having the olive centered given the symmetrical design. Nice job, Mikey.

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Sean Heisler Feb. 17 '11

Agree with Nido, the olive is a bit bright.

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Mikeymike Feb. 17 '11

Alen, Sean, Nido thanks for all the suggestions. Still toying with all. Thanks big time though.

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jerron Feb. 17 '11

Looks good, ship it.

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Mikeymike Feb. 17 '11

:) thanks, Jerron.

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Mikeymike Feb. 17 '11

Thanks for the comment, Jurcek.

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Mikeymike Feb. 17 '11

Thanks, 13mu. yeah I think its getting closer, with a little help from my friends. :)

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logoboom Feb. 17 '11

Brilliantly simple idea. You nailed the %22texas feel but with class%22. Very clever.

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Mikeymike Feb. 17 '11

thanks for the nice comments, Agencija and Mr. Boom. (aka. Glen) much appreciated.

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wizemark Feb. 17 '11

Awesome stuff, Mikey..

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Hayes Image Feb. 17 '11

Olive Oil aye...This is slick work :)

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Tømme Feb. 17 '11

Didn't see the previous version, but this is great

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Tømme Feb. 17 '11

Didn't see the previous version, but this is great*

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danieltaborda Feb. 17 '11

Wonderful logo! Congrats. Maybe %22Lone Star%22 kerning needs work.

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lecart Feb. 17 '11

that's a beauty, man

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Mikeymike Feb. 17 '11

woah gallery. didn't see that coming. thanks for all the input, really helped. and thanks for the nice comments everyone.

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sbdesign Feb. 17 '11

i don't know what this. Mike, sorry

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wizmaya Feb. 17 '11

This works well. Nicely done!

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outlander Feb. 17 '11

Great work buddy :)

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lumo Feb. 17 '11

Really feelin this one. Great job!

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hamidos Feb. 17 '11

nice work Mikeymike..

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richardbaird Feb. 17 '11

Fantastic final result!

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krainiac Feb. 18 '11

I don't care for olives much, but this is quite tasty. All the details really pull this logo together.

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vernics Feb. 18 '11

Dig the overall feel of the logo! Awesome stuff!

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alterego Feb. 18 '11

Mikey... you rocked :)

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Rokac Feb. 18 '11

%5Eyou rocked indeed%3B) sweet stuff buddy!

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milou Feb. 18 '11

Wow Mike, I've seen your progress on this one and I must admit it was a joy to watch, now it's perfect.

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sean heisler Feb. 18 '11

Yeah, I keep coming back to look at it, it's so tight and complete now after seeing it evolve. Really nailed it, love the detailing and construction of it. Really nice mark, Mike.

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josephblalock Feb. 18 '11

Great idea with the star/pimento!

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Mikeymike Feb. 18 '11

wow. overwhelmed on the nice compliments. Thanks to everyone for the kind words of encouragement. Really appreciate it. cheers.

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sdijock Feb. 18 '11

Nicely done! Love the star shape in the olive - clever as hell.

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logomotive Feb. 18 '11

Much better Mikey, looks Great Hope they like it.

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tdf Feb. 20 '11

Great execution and cute idea, but 'olive oil' olives have pimentos....

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Mikeymike Feb. 21 '11

Thanks, Mike. Yeah they are looking seriously at it, We'll see.*tdf, interesting you bring that up. the client is also a bit concerned on the pimento, and the edible olive look and feel. They do only sell the olive oil, but they wanted to make sure people knew their olives were grown in Texas. I thought the star pimento would give that instant Texas connection for the consumer. And because this was going to be on the actual olive oil container, it worked as a strong Texas olive icon for their product. But maybe it could be misleading. But as a iconic, consumer driven symbol I thought it worked just fine. love to hear anyone's thoughts.

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52 week highs Feb. 21 '11

Love this design. The use of the star within the olive is perfect.

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Buckeye Football Feb. 25 '11

I agree that the olive is excellent.

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Mikeymike Feb. 27 '11

thanks Ohio State. :)

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