Kristanna was awesome to work with on our logo design project. She is very creative and responsive through the whole process. She is talented at making ideas into real designs that looks better than imagined.
I enjoyed working with this designer. Very fast turnaround time with design changes. Listed to what I wanted to convey and put those ideas into design. Would highly recommend.
- pinac dizajn
Pinac is top drawer; creative, responsive, and collaborative. Totally satisfied.
Fantastic, competed in a very quick timeframe and exactly what I needed.
- ARH Art Design
Obwohl es "nur" ein kleiner Contest war hat ARH Art Design unfassbar viele verschiedene Designs geliefert und hat dabei perfekt auf meine Beschreibung geachtet bzw. diese umgesetzt! Ich kann euch ARH Art Design wirklich nur wärmstens ans Herz legen :-)!!!!
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How carrie t started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Copper Knob Farm
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are developing both a vacation rental on our farm, and grassfed beef (possibly other agricultural products in future). We are looking for a logo to adorn our farm sign, our cabin rental business, our meat packaging and marketing, so something that can be combined with other text etc. We are targeting anyone who likes to eat quality local food, and take weekend breaks. See the other information for more detail.
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 are located in the mountains of East Tennessee. A 'knob' is a small mountain, Copper Knob is on our property. We are open to ideas, but assumed something with a mountain, sun, a cow.....let's see what you got! Perhaps a logo that can be used both in color but also in silhouette ? Our farm is basically an upland valley surrounded by low mountains with a creek running down the center. There are a lot of oaks, and hardwoods. THERE ARE NO SNOW CAPPED PEAKS, WESTERN CEDARS, ETC which has been a major flaw in the designs submitted so far. We are looking for some rustic elements, simplicity, a good font so the farm name could possibly be used in isolation. We are in the Appalachians, the Blue Ridge Mountains, close to the Smokies. Think old mountains, farms that until fifty years ago were worked with horses. Think old wood, copper, suggestions of cattle, etc etc. I hope this helps, but none of the submitted logos really came close. Many had nice elements but were still off the mark.