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How LadyDagger started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Avidus et Periculum
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This is a crest I would like to have created for my wedding. It's purpose is to incorporate our humorous spirit animal - the honey badger, our house words and our history. It will be used to decorate the wedding venue and hopefully go on to be the logo of our LLC Badger N Badger Enterprises
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
The primary colors for the crest are Burgundy, Gold, Black and White with accents of Indigo. I believe the badgers should be black, with either gold or white coloring on the back. The shield should be burgundy. The filigree a combination of burgundy and gold with accents of indigo. Wheat in gold.
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I love that this had a flair of art nouveau in the font with Celtic inspired background
I like the simplicity of the two color scheme and the crest on top with filigree
I love the muted colors with the emphasis on the beer. beautiful design and awesome banner.
Wheat is a nice filigree. This is the closest to what I'm looking for. Use this as a reference.
Love the classic worn paper background
I love this filigree
I love the look of a worn t-shirt
Beautiful color scheme and steampunk style
I would like to have two black honey badgers facing each other on the crest. "Dancing Badgers" the words Avidus et Periculum translate to sex(lust) and danger, our house words. (Inside joke) I would like one badger to feminized slightly and have a bit of a seductive style and the other to be more masculine and confident/ smug. You are free to experiment with art nouveau styles (i love foliage), classic styles. We both met playing Rugby so I would be happy to see that incorporated in some way. Possibly a rugby ball as the torse/helm. We brew beer so I would like to see wheat in the filigree. I really love mantling.