This designer was very responsive. Changes were made very quickly and easily. He was really easy to work with. I highly recommend.
d_zine was awesome. Great authentic original design. While others played with creative ways to use the initials of our company, d_zine created an icon. d_zine was also one of the more responsive tweakers to our requests. He won because the Logo evolved as we gave feedback, and therefore deservingly. Thank you d_zine, Cheers.
Beautiful eye for design, everything was perfect on the first try with only a very minor revision, which was happily met. Couldn't be more happy!
Very happy with the design. Thank you
- Straight outta Mane
A unique design that was completely different from the others.
- Ojalá Designs
Ojala was quick, responsive and extremely creative. It was a pleasure working and designing such a great logo and identity for us!
How bullskinhops started their logo design journey
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Commerical hop grower in the U.S. mid-Atlantic region serving local craft breweries. Hops raised on 6th generation family farm that dates back pre -revolution circa 1750. The Farm is located in Jefferson County WV in the Shenandoah Valley, and is listed on the US Dept Interior National Register of historic places https://web.archive.org/web/2013020…000486.pdf George Washington surveyed the property and was friends with the original owner who received the farm as a land grant from Lord Fairfax in 1750. It is one of the oldest continuously farmed properties in the U.S. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bever…_Virginia)
Currently, the hop yard is located on the banks of the Bullskin Run, a tributary of the Shenandoah river. History and the story of the farm are important to me and I want to incorporate that aspect into "my story" or my "why" as I sell a high value specialized crop directly to craft brewers, who can then in turn leverage the "locally grown" aspect and are willing to pay a premium for the product. I sell whole hop cones as well as hop pellets direct to brewers. Hopyard established 2012.
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The intended market for my product (Hops) is craft brewers. The history of farm and location in the Shenandoah Valley are important to my business model of leveraging a "locally grown" product for a premium over market price.