Such a nice person, a gifted designer, files, and file sizes are clean and perfect
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I love it very much; just as I asked and wished to get!!!
Great to work with. Handles request quickly and understand what is needed.
simple, easy adjustments.
Excellent job. Very responsive, great logo, very fast to make changes.
Hntt, was really good working with you!
Thanks for your work, and sorry for the delay.
How twocatstimber started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Two Cats Timber
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Two Cats Timber grows Douglas-fir, Alder and Cedar trees for mature (long-term 40+ year) harvest. We seek to establish a trusting, long-term relationship with our community, State and Federal government partners, local Tribes and future buyers. The industry sector is Forestry.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Greens: Growth, harmony and success.
Dark neutrals: Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Fresh ideas wanted! Don't hesitate to submit new ideas!
27 July UPDATE: Designers, we have guaranteed the prize for this contest! Please submit your best designs to make sure you are part of the final round--lots of good designs have been submitted but we are still looking for a stand out design.
UPDATE: What type of cats are we looking for? First, cats don't have to be literal--you can put scratches or a paw print in the logo. If you do include Two Cats please look at the "Leopard Photography" logo to see what a sophisticated/edgy/tough cat is like. Thanks!
We are a husband and wife team (Two Cats) that own timberland in Western Washington State. We have both bobcats and cougars in our forest. We also have two amazing house cats that are secretly very wise small lions:-)--we should NOT have the house cats/kitty cats portrayed in the logo. They should be portrayed as tough wild cats or simply a scratch or paw print.
The logo should convey trust, strength, and reliability--and reflect the awesomeness of trees/timber. Cats can be literal or referenced in the logo. Our company is often abbreviated TCT. The most notable tree species is Douglas-fir--
Once harvested our trees become a variety of wood products. While growing our trees create a natural environment (a forest) that sequesters carbon, provides wildlife habitat, and shelters clean water sources (streams).