This designer was able to bring my design vision to life. I had a general idea in mind when I created my logo design contest, but with my feedback and suggestions she was able to create something for me that exceeded my original expectations. I am beyond excited to finally have a professional logo that is sure to get attention. I would highly recommend this designer and may work with them again in the future.
I love working with this designer, he is a pure talent! Recommended!
One of the best artists on 99d! Drawdrainer quickly responded to messages and comments on multiple pieces of work, even while being on the other side of the world. We hand picked Drawdrainer for this project... and we will most certainly be using him again.
Quick turnaround and high quality graphics
The designer came up with the perfect front cover design and I loved it right away! He really understood the message I wanted to communicate and followed the guidelines. Getting the back cover done took a little longer, but he got the job done.
How stephanieajosey started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Prosser Family Farm
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We grow wholesome and unaltered foods. Pastured pork and poultry, raw cow and goat milk, assorted dairy products, free ranged eggs, fruits and veggies. Our products are marketed to the local families, not to commercial entities.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We take growing healthy food seriously, but we still like to have fun! We are in our late 20s, early 30s and we want our farm to reflect a sort of youthful encouragement. With the average age of farmers being in their high 60s, I think this sets us apart. Also, the mainstay behind our business is that more than ever, farm to table is of the utmost importance. We want to provide good food to a community, and also encourage those who want to produce their own food as well. We are contemplating adding a community aspect to the farm such as a fall festival/ pumpkin patch. Or perhaps a "u-pick" garden.
For the logo itself: We are young but still old fashioned. I like the shabby chic look, but don't want that to hide the fun! I included a picture of "The Bird"'s logo. This is a local restaurant that s names The Bird, but serves the most incredible burgers. Hence the chicken and cow in the logo. We like that this incorporates the aspects of the business and is also silly and weird. We want something that looks professional, but not old and stuffy.