She was great to work with! I'm very happy with her design.
How michael.muzio started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We sell advanced prototyping machines. Our target audience is anyone requiring small-scale manufacturing capabilities. Our primary audience is modern firms, small businesses, and even hobbyists who design and manufacture unique items made of a range of materials (wood, plastics, metals) at small scale.
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What colors do you want to see in your design?
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This is our current design that we made at logojoy.com (back when our product was called BumbleB instead of BumbleBeast). I like the simplicity and the inclusion of the hive. Because a hive is where bumblebees congregate, we believe this fosters a sense of community we hope our product will provides for users who share the designs they've made with our platform.
These are drill bits that would attach to the spindle of BumbleBeast, allowing it to remove material and manufacture products.
Another drill bit.
3d printer extruder where plastic comes out of the nozzle and forms a product
Laser that etches material and allows to add detail to your product.
Rendering of bumblebeast prototype. Coloring and enclosure not shown.
Honeycomb structure. Please try integrating this into the design somehow: either making it a part of the machine-like bumblebee itself, or have it surrounding the bumblebee or part of the background.
Hive idea. Sorry I am not a good artist so the bees look bad. But notice the 3 bumblebees. Starting from the top we have a bee 3d printing the structure. In the middle we have a bee drilling tunnels. At the bottom we have a bee etching the "BUMBLEBEAST" name with a laser engraver.
3d printer nozzle
3d printer nozzle
Check out our website https://www.bumblebeast.co for a better idea of what we make. We're currently working on an all black enclosure box with striking yellow accent lines (invoking the bumblebee theme). We imagine having the logo somewhere on the enclosure.