1. I like the simple look that Stumptown Coffee and Land of a Thousand Hills uses. They are on the lower corners of the Doc labeled "Coffee, logo black.
2. My original vision included the circle concept with the circle similar to the London Tube (subway) as I hope for my business to be able to fill a
GAP as part of an initiative. London Tube reference "Mind the Gap" etc.
3. In my example titled Coffee, logo black I put in a line with a Gap. I like the way that looks but it does not allow much of a British connection.
4. I'm selling high end coffee so it needs to look like it's worth the price paid.
5. This will be put on a label measuring only 3" x 5". With that in mind you need to be able to shrink the logo ans still read it.
Look at this "Land of a Thousand Hills" label. Notice how small their name/logo is but you can clearly read it and that label is only 3 inches by 5 inches. http://store.landofathousandhills.c…a-mai.html
5A. My wife's least favorite is my example Coffee, Logo black and white block. She says it's too blocky.
6. the circle concept "Logo, original black tube" is my favorite.
I'm thinking more classic and less Disney
selling to coffee connoisseurs age 22 and up
I've added a fourth example Coffee logo black with sample wings and star. I'm a retired pilot so I guess I could try to make that part of the logo as well but very subtle. Maybe smaller than the example I have