The business name will be "Happy Tree"
Please tell me which of these trees you think fits the description, and also lends itself well to promotional material such as brochures, signs, business cards and woven labels.
I do not yet own these images so please don't copy them.
Thanks for your thoughts!
Number one looks too cluttery and messy to me for some reason.
Number three looks like something I have seen before. Forgetful because it is just to "everyday"
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#1 is very nice but much too busy for a logo. I could see it on a greeting card but not on business cards or embroidered (is that what you meant by woven labels?)
#3 is pretty, very pretty, but doesn't say happy to me, it just says pretty and girly. It also is a bit too busy for a logo. It would looked crowded in the small size that needs to go on business cards and labels.
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i like #3. its very petty but busy.
The truest answer to violence is love. The truest answer to death is life. The only prevention for violence is for the heart to have no violence within it. We cannot prevent evil through any system devised by mankind. But we can grapple with evil and defeat it, but only with love—real love.
In #2: green or blue (these look VERY energetically, groovingly, joyful, so probably a better bet, plus, it's cleaner).
#3: This is gorgeous and I would love it as a mural on one of my walls, but, not necessarily as "happy" as number 2.
The trees in #1 have a sort of hippy, natural, almost waldorfy feel.
The trees in #2 are more clean and professional, very modern and chic.
The tree in #3 is warm, homey and country folksy in feel.
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