Very thorough work! He really read through our contest and delivered exactly what we were looking for!
Fantastic designer. Very creative and responsive; brings tremendous continuity to our product line. Highly recommend.
How together3 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Hindes Harmony Farm LLC
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
To promote healing and healthy living through sustainable agriculture and to restore harmony between people and our planet. We will achieve this by humanely raising pastured meats, growing organic fruits and vegetables and providing educational opportunities for those who want to learn about restorative agriculture, organic gardening, and sustainable farming practices and techniques.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We like the old world quality with the use of symmetry. The look is timeless and the dragons give it nice whimsical/fantasy vibe.
We like the font and the roundness of the design. Also like that it has a sort of embossed three dimensional look.
Great example of a drop-cap/filigree style letter.
The uniqueness of the bison is very eye catching.
We like the hand drawn look of this.
An impressive amount of symbolism packed into a relatively simple design.
We like the vintage look and the roundness of the logo.
Very simple and clean. Again it has that vintage round look, and is very easy on the eyes.
Has a very high-end and luxourious look and feel. We also like the symmetry and the use of filigree.
Relatively busy, but the monocromatic color scheme helps down it down. Also good uses of symmetry, filigree, and symbolism in that the diver really accentuates the name DEEP.
We would like the end result to have a high-end, gourmet, luxurious look and feel; not like old McDonald had a farm. We want it to give a sense of balance and quality. Simplicity is attractive and we have considered incorporating a yin yang, and/or a drop cap red "H" with natural elements and filigree added, BUT we are open to other ideas. We have a unique red barn on our land that we thought could be included and transformed into a letter "H" somehow, or we have twin Redbud trees that could be represented here as well with their intertwined heart shaped leaves.