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Very nice design and good communication
Always does a superb job
How Red Mtn AVA Alliance started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Red Mountain AVA Alliance
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Red Mountain AVA Alliance is a ~50 member organization that seeks to promote our prestigious grape growing and winemaking region in Washington state. Our audience is national/international.
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
Lots going on here, but the text bubble and ballon visuals are pretty cool.
Interesting to look at. Visual pun. Single color design.
Good blend of iconography and typography.
Very classy. Takes a not-so-glamorous profession and makes it look classy (not unlike farming wine grapes).
Simple and emotive. Single color design. Easily scalable.
Interesting, clean, simple. Colors are modern but the design would work in a black/white scenario.
Literal and clever.
Nice color. Seems like they were going for nostalgia.
Clever blend of visuals and type.
We'd like a clean and simple design. Our region is beautiful and picturesque, but we've gotten a lot of swoopy hill designs that look like rear-ends. We want to convey elegance and luxury without pretense. It is a very agrarian area. Please visit our website (http://redmountainava.com). The logo does not need to include the full text "Red Mountain AVA Alliance", in fact, we are very interested in a design that works de-coupled from text entirely, as sometimes it makes sense to have just a logo, and sometimes to have it attached to text.
Ideally we can have the logo work in a one-color format, but with variants that use color (in the right application).