I highly recommend this designer. They were quick, professional, responsive, and most of all, their design was not only technically great, but they seemed to grasp the concept of what I was trying to accomplish almost immediatly and with very little feedback or instruction. Bottom line - they're good at what they do!
- Jack Parsons
How Rachel0525 started their logo design journey
I just started my own stable in Virginia. I ride horses competitively in show jumping (this is the english style of riding, not western) and I am currently looking to have other people's horses board at my farm as well as continue to compete all over the east coast. I named my new business after the first horse I ever owned since it's very sentimental to me.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Targeting other people in the horse industry of all ages, male and female regardless of location. People send their horses from all over the country to board at other places.
No cartoons, stock images or clip art please.
I don't usually care for modern looking designs. I'd prefer something more traditional looking but with a little flair.
I think I would like an image/outline of a horse or a horse head somewhere in the logo and I am also open to the idea of possibly incorporating a horseshoe as well or instead but it must be placed in the "U" position. Very open to creative options. I've seen logos where the artist has incorporated the images with the font in a kind of intertwining way and I like that idea but I am not stuck on it.
The business colors are hunter green, navy blue, burgundy and cream.
This logo will be monogrammed on many horse blankets as well as jackets, hats and other apparel so it's important that it will show well on darker materials such as hunter green.