We love our design! Highly recommend-easy to work with and responsive. We ended up with exactly what we wanted.
Beautiful designs and very responsive to change requests.
Great Job! We love the new logo that Nevermura did for us.
Looks great! Thanks for your help.
Creative, fast and reliable - great to work with
Very fast turnaround time. Will work with again.
How brooke.ehlert started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Little Seed, Big Spoon
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I help people grow organic food at their homes. Raised garden beds, vegetable garden coaching, fruit trees and small fruits. I am looking to appeal to middle-aged women that are health conscious. She is either a middle-class do-it-yourself type or affluent enough that I can come in and build and maintain the garden for her.
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
I like the swirls in the tree
I like that this looks old-fashioned, nostalgic to me
Like how the small shapes are used to make a larger image
Love the color fade, and what looks like use of watercolors and how small shapes are used to make something larger
I like the simplicity here
You will see some pics of the signature plants from my garden (orange nasturtiums, purple borage, sunflowers, strawberries, dwarf apple trees and unripened blueberries and Angelica . Not really trying to incorporate all of these ideas, but I'd like to see one of my signature plants incorporated into the design. One of my signature flowers that looks hand drawn with some watercolors would be great or a group of smaller shapes in a similar shade used to create a bigger image would be nice as well (like the Prickly Pair logo). This company will be helping people grow food at home to put on their table and share with their friends and family. A design featuring a home silhouetted in the background with a small yard full or vines and vegetables growing would be a nice depiction. Note* The comma in my business name does not need to be in the logo. Thank you for looking!