Royal Tea

by jayp • Uploaded: Mar. 01 '10 - Gallerized: Mar. '10

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Description: Logo for tea brand. New colour palette.

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ryanlynndesign Mar. 01 '10

Excellent. Clever and practical. The leaf lends itself as nice element that can be used on letterhead and menus etc.

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fantique Mar. 01 '10

love the sign %26 colors!

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jayp Mar. 01 '10

Thanks for the positive feedback!!

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chopeh Mar. 01 '10

Very refreshing :)

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ethereal Mar. 01 '10

Cool, good to see this again! :)

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maverickdesign Mar. 01 '10

is that TRAJAN font?**nice design. simple yet effective.

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Petro Mar. 01 '10

Tealeaf - the guard itself! %3B-)

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jayp Mar. 01 '10

Thanks everyone :)*Yes It's Trajan.

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andreiu Mar. 02 '10

nice solution. i would still like to see a more powerful contrast between the 2 greens.

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design northwest Mar. 02 '10

Love the colours! Perfect!

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mattaebersold Mar. 03 '10

Great mark! I like the shield/leaf combo.

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dikkers Mar. 03 '10

%22is that TRAJAN font?%22 a good use of it though, not %22just another movie poster%22 hehe.**V'nice mate, i'd buy it! (the tea)

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firebrand Mar. 06 '10

A bit close to this Turner Duckworth logo:**http://www.foodsaver.com/

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jayp Mar. 09 '10

Thanks for showing this. I am very disapointed now to know that this concept isn't original. :(

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classic May. 21 '10

please contact me jayp*i would like to use your logo*ym:[email protected]

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oyunlar Jul. 18 '10

awesome type work

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Waterproof Socks Nov. 03 '10

I like the simplicity of the design. The font is very elegant. Also the image is clever%3B it looks like a tea leaf and a green shield at the same time.

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Darden Jan. 05 '11

I love the colors and the concept. Just food for thought, but you might have considered putting a little vine or scroll work around the shield. Not so much as to be distracting, but just enough to emphasize the tea leaf aspect a bit more. Overall, very successful though.

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