Family Tree Nuts Logo Design Contest

Family Tree Nuts has selected their winning logo design.

For $475 they received 123 designs from 17 different designers from around the world.
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Entries by Kosingas

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Russ Carson, Jr commented on #105

Looks so much better with connected knots! I wish there was a way to have less tight so it would show better on a shirt but if this is as good as it can be, it may work!
3 years ago

Russ Carson, Jr commented on #104

We lost the yellow with this one. Can we make the white in between the green knots logo yellow? love the connected knots!
3 years ago

Russ Carson, Jr commented on #102

We love both of these! Last suggestion, is there a way to connect the knots so they look continuous instead of choppy? These are awesome!
3 years ago

Russ Carson, Jr commented on #103

We love both of these! Is there a way to connect the knots so they are continuous instead of choppy? Sorry to be so picky and I think this is the last sight haha.
3 years ago

Kosingas commented on #102

On this design, Celtic knot is now on an outer green line or frame, and is much thicker than the previous design so it is certainly better visible. I noticed an interesting fact during the design of this logo. Celtic knot incredibly looks like a DNA helix.
3 years ago

Kosingas commented on #103

On this design, the inner gold line has increased in comparison to the previous design. I hope that Celtic knot is better visible.
3 years ago

Russ Carson, Jr commented on #94

Ok excellent, thank you for your time. This is my favorite logo so far, if we can add less detailed but more visible celtic knots, we are probably in business!
3 years ago

Kosingas commented on #94

Now it's too late in my time. A computer with essential data is not available to me right now , but in 7 hours I will send you a logo with a slightly larger frame, so you'll see what's right for you.
3 years ago

Kosingas commented on #94

Business cards are small in size so the logo itself may not be seen in small details. But this can be solved by enlarging the logo in the background so that only one part of the Celtic knot can be seen (I know because, among other things, I'm also designing B. cards). As far as the t-shirt is concerned, probably the dimensions of the logo are larger for t-shirts, so there would be no problems.
3 years ago

Russ Carson, Jr commented on #94

But I don’t know that can be embroidered on there
3 years ago

Kosingas commented on #94

This is their main characteristic, many details.
3 years ago

Russ Carson, Jr commented on #94

Maybe the knots are too detailed? I don’t know if we will be able to see on a business card or on a shirt? May just look like a line? I love it, just mentioning. I really love it
3 years ago

Kosingas commented on #95

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See, it is Celtic knot all around. Delete, please after seeing
3 years ago

Kosingas commented on #94

Helix is now changed. A big problem is the resolution of the images that are allowed to be placed. It's very small, so you can not see every detail. But I will set up an enlarged lower part of the design to see that the line is actually Celtic knot.
3 years ago

Russ Carson, Jr commented on #93

Can you make helix double that? Now it looks like a piece of candy haha. I don’t see the knots in that, just breaks in the yellow....
3 years ago

Kosingas commented on #93

Helix is now different, thinner and longer. Yellow border is now Celtic knot instead of a straight line.
3 years ago

Russ Carson, Jr commented on #39

Many say the 3 helix looks like butterflies. Can we make just one at the top but make it longer is it doesn’t look like an “M”? Also, is it possible to make the border Celtic knots? I don’t know if that’s possible
3 years ago

Russ Carson, Jr commented on #39

I keep commenting & it keeps deleting
3 years ago

Kosingas commented on #39

Just for a second.
3 years ago

Russ Carson, Jr commented on #39

Are you able to put that on a blue & green background so we will know what it looks like on those color shirts?
3 years ago

Kosingas commented on #39

I hope it's better now. In any case, I am open to any new suggestions
3 years ago

Russ Carson, Jr commented on #36

Not sure about the nuts haha. Plus it’s another color to add which may cause problems later. What do you think about adding a magnifying glass in his hand? Would it be decipherable in embroidery? I really like the bolder green border. Should the words “Family Tree Nuts” be bolder? I’m sorry to pick apart so much, but this is my favorite so far by a lot.
3 years ago

Kosingas commented on #30

First of all, thanks for the good reviews. I changed everything you asked for. Helix is now on the side of the frame (the impression is that the squirrel looks right into one of them), the green frame is thicker than before. Hazelnuts are in the hand of squirrels and below it (association with descendants, the ancestors are behind (the tree) offspring in front while the squirrel looks at the DNA all the time as a connection between them). If you have any further suggestions please leave message
3 years ago

Russ Carson, Jr commented on #30

I’m liking this! I see the tail turning into the tree as “our ancestors are behind us”. Can we add more of the DNA helix on the border? Maybe just at too or all around the border? Right now, the very first thing I saw was U of Michigan. I’m from Columbus, Ohio & hate Michigan haha. Do you think we could add a couple Nuts in the bottom corner or would that look like “droppings”? May be too much though, I don’t know, just thinking out loud. This will be put on blue and or green polos so wonder if green border should be bolder? All in all, I’m liking this one the best right now!
3 years ago