E.B. Ball Pythons

Contest Holder: EB Ball Pythons






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Project description

What I Want: A logo to provide identity and brand recognition for my business, E.B. Ball Pythons. The kind of logo that makes you pause, but you can't quite find the words to explain why.

Logo Use: Website, social media, watermark on photos, business cards, invoices, printed marketing materials, apparel, etc.

Business Goal: To exceed my customer's expectations in every way and to produce and provide them with only the highest quality, absolutely stunning designer ball pythons they have ever seen; animals they can be proud to say came from E.B. Ball Pythons.

Who I Am: I am designer ball python breeder, specializing in the most amazing color and pattern mutations available: I work with and create living art. I have been keeping these wonderful animals for several years, but only last year began sharing my creations with my customers. I am excited every single time I open one of my animal's enclosures, whether I'm providing them with daily care, see them sitting on a pile of freshly laid eggs, or am getting ready to send one off to their new home. There is no better feeling than when one of my animals provides those same inspirational moments for one of my customers. I get just as excited when I dream about and make plans to move towards the incredible future that lies ahead for my business. There isn't one aspect of E.B. Ball Pythons that I'm not passionate about.

My Inspiration: While I draw inspiration from everywhere, I pull a tremendous amount of motivation from two fantastic breeders: J. Kobylka Reptiles and Markus Jayne Ball Pythons. Not only are their animals show-stopping and their service beyond reproach, their brand identity is 100% unmistakable. In addition to the links here, I have provided sample images of their logos below. While they are my inspiration, it is important to me that my own brand stands out in order to differentiate myself from the competition.

Current/Future Logo Thoughts: I do have a logo that I designed myself and have been using for the past year or so (found below). I do believe in a little bit of continuity, but there's certainly a reason I'm looking for your help! After all, a logo for a snake breeder should include a snake of some sort, right? While I am fond of the current logo (the script EB is my own handwriting and the BP is, well, for "ball pythons"), I don't believe it provides the instant brand recognition my business deserves - especially when the text below it is removed. The color used is royal blue (provided below), which is my fun play on ball pythons being called royal pythons in other parts of the world. Again though, I'm not tied to this logo or that particular color by any means - I just wanted to give you an idea of where I'm starting from. I'm here for an expert overhaul!

Thank you for your submissions! Your talent, creativity, and time are wholeheartedly appreciated. I look forward to working with you and building upon this relationship as my business grows to the next level.

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  • Hope u like it...! #583
  • About #557 plsss give some suggestions, @snarstr
  • This is also very interesting logo #575
  • And this is an example of what you can do with this logo. Is very elegant but also modern and stylish. #574
  • This is completely different of the other entrys so you can have a different kind of choice. #573
  • Hi again, this is an example of the branding. How your new bran would look in an image. #572
  • Hi, I hope you like this logo, It's simple, It's elegant, ideal for your deluxe services. #571
  • I'm craving some out of the box thinking, as long as the message is clear what my company is all about.

    Here's OUT OF THE BOX #569
  • Design Update. Thank you very much for the rate. Gb. #568
  • Design Update. Thank you very much for the rate. Gb. #567
  • Design Update. Thank you very much for the rate. Gb. #566
  • A simple logo where a giant python forming the letter E and B in a detailed way. Three dots are there to represent three qualities of the company. #563
  • .... #562
  • ... #561
  • please check my design, thanks #556
  • Thanks, but I'm not a fan of the backwards E paired with the B. Reminds me of the Bugatti logo. #549
  • Good day CH

    PLease see my new entry and revised entry #554 and #551
  • Thank you for this submission. Unfortunately, it is not the direction I'd like to go with this logo. #539
  • I like the idea of this one, but the snake itself feels very short. Any chance this can be adjusted? Thanks! #538