peper pascual was one of the first designers to take on my idea. He has done a great job paying atention to my suggestions, revising and staying in touch with me. He is a skilled designer and I'm very happy with my design.
How ReggieGrant started their logo design journey
javagraba is a brand new, high tech coffee sleeve is made from recycled plastic as well as compostable, plant based materials. It's designed to be durable and portable. But if you ever do lose yours, it will fully compost once in the earth.
Not only will you reduce paper waste by bringing your own sleeve next time you visit your favorite coffee house, but you can get your own customized message to bring a smile to the face of those around.
It's the coolest thing in coffee, and it easily folds up to fit in your pocket or purse, ready for your next cup of java.
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Fell free to be creative but the logo must incorporate the "green" or environment theme in some way. Focus should NOT be all on the fact that it is a coffee product but rather on the the environment aspect such nature, plants, earth etc. Want a fresh logo, preferably with shading and shadowing and depth or dimension, example of what I mean by this attached(flame) preferably NOT one layer, flat, one dimensional style logo. Product is seen as kind of high tech and should be perceived as hip and cool. Need a version with words javagraba and also with javagraba.com also will possibly need a simple outline version of the logo that can be embossed on the part itself. One possible theme would be to do the g in the logo as a leaf and have it wrapping around a coffee cup.
See the dimensional leaf and cup grab images attached, perhaps something like these, such as a leaf or tree, surrounding an icon of a coffee cup, but somewhat abstract in design not a literal coffee cup