How nealspackman started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Turquoise Carbon is the ecological services wing of Regenerative Resources Corporation. TC contracts for carbon sequestration, biodiversity credits, and other ecological services, as a byproduct of ecological developments that incorporate coastal mangrove agroforestry & wetlands (blue carbon) and arid agroforestry (green carbon). Companies that contract for these services will receive the rights to put our logo on their websites or products, so this logo needs to be memorable, professional, and convey a lot of meaning while being simple.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Given our name is Turquoise Carbon, turquoise should definitely be the main color.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Don't like the font--like the integration of image into the word
Like the overall layout--could see a big Turquoise C being integrated with some other graphic in a similar way. Don't like the color scheme.
like that it looks like a badge.
love the deer character
love the use of revealed space
Like the simplicity and the integration of graphic with name.
a lot like Turrano & Hart & Hound.
We are the first in the world to integrate coastal saline agroforestry with desert agroforestry; we are essentially a terraforming company that uses the efficiencies of ecology to create residual products while providing land that sequesters carbon, increases biodiversity & wildlife habitat, increases water resources, and recreates rural economies. Our mission is to create enterprises that regrow earth's ecosystems, and our fundamental belief is that ecology is wealth. Turquoise Carbon is the arm of our company that contracts for some of the ecological services these operations provide, but those values we have with respect to the earth, and with respect to people, are complicated things that we'd like represented with simplicity--cycles, patterns, or figures that can represent this approach and values. I know it's a tall order--thanks!