She did such a great job for me. I wish I had more for her to do. She puts such time and detail into her work. It is also great that she is based in the US specifically for work hours.
Samiullankhan was great to work with. He was professional, responsive and his designs truly matched exactly what I was looking for.
- Mad pepper
Still the best on 99d. No one better.
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We have trusted Sophie with two logos for the development of two new brands and her work has been outstanding in both instances. We highly recommend her, and will continue to work with her in the future.
Goosebumps did a fantastic job
How ChocolateHouse started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Chocolate House
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a retail chocolate boutique store that carefully curates a collection of over 300 unique chocolate products (dark, milk & white) including bars, truffles & confections. Our focus is on the world's best, most exclusive fine, artisan & sustainable chocolate. We focus on bean-to-bar manufacturers - makers who have a direct connection to farmers and are creating chocolate bars and products from the raw bean. We also serve craft coffee and chocolate beverages and have a rotating selection of local art on the walls. The name "The Chocolate House" is a reference to the coffee & chocolate houses that sprung up in 17th & 18th century England as places of meeting and discussion - often around topics of news, politics and current events. We would like our brand to convey the idea of a modern day meeting place centered around fine chocolate, beverages and local art. We want the logo to be simple, elegant and classic but maintain some youthfulness.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
It's important to us that we strike a balance between the European style from the name "The Chocolate House" and the recognition that ccacao is native to Latin America indigenous cultures. We don't want to logo to be too much on one side. http://www.cocova.com