What a great experience from beginning to end! Archos was so quick to respond and it felt like she completely picked up on what I was looking for. Through all of the revisions (there were quite a few) she never made me feel like I was being a pain, but rather quickly implemented the changes. Super happy and excited to move forward with packaging.
How murrayfarmstead started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
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Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a farm/homestead who raise animals on pasture. We are looking for a logo of our farmhouse/barn and future windmill (We will include pics). We like classic/vintage design, subdued colors and elegant yet not to fancy fonts. We are also open to black and white. If using color, the house will be painted a classic yellow gold this spring, so please make the house that color instead of current grey. Two of the animals we always have on the farm are pigs and chickens, we would be most comfortable having them in the logo somewhere along with the house, barn, tree and windmill.
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What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
we are open to see color for sure, but would like to see BW also. We included inspirational work below and noted that we like the colors used in those logos.
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We love colors and design.
We love everything about this
Photos: We are so sorry we don't have a better photo to depict what we want, but its subzero temps and a photo taken now wouldnt help much. The photo from the front is what we're looking for with more of a head on approach, rather than angled like the photo. Ill include an aerial photo to show the rest of the large pine tree to the left of the barn. We would like the pine tree included in design. We don't want the little picket fence, picnic table. or chairs in the design. The little tree in front of the barn is no longer there, and thats where the windmill will go. The windmill is 20ft high for reference. The third photo is the original owners from 1889 to show the windmill that we will be installing in spring. We really love the wood details on the house if that could be included? Ill include a photo.