We are a small organization, about 150 active members, established about 25 years ago under the name Mt. Tamalpais Interpretive Association (MTIA). We have decided to change our name to Friends of Mt Tam and rebrand our organization in hope of attracting a larger membership from which we can draw more members who are willing and able to get things done. We have lots of ideas and not enough bodies.
See our website at http://www.mttam.net (needs work, but you'll get the idea). Our mission is not changing; we just want to update our look and appeal to a broader audience.
We're looking for something bold, friendly, and "catchy." The logo is our first step. We would hope to work with the winning logo designer on our t-shirts, mugs, website, brochure, etc.
Note that there's no period after Mt
About the attached files:
MTIA logo is our current logo in b+w. Most members are fond of it; I think it's weak.
Tami final_side without door has a color version of the logo. Tami is a trailer that we use as a mobile visitor center primarily at the Mountain Play. We'll need to do decals with our new logo to put on top of the existing.
Schwab Mt. Tam poster is the Michael Schwab design for Mt Tam. In addition to being a state park, Mt. Tam is also part of the Golden Gate National Park (as well as the Marin Municipal Water District). Since our organization is associated with the state park, I don't think there's any way we could use the Schwab design, though we do sell posters, sweatshirts, tshirts, mugs, etc. with this design.
Mt Tam GCB sign is the sign for the Gravity Car Barn that showcases the historic railroad that used to climb Mt. Tam.
Mt. Tam logo small Astronomy is the logo for the Astronomy programs, put on at the Mountain Theater. It is part of MTIA/Friends of Mt Tam.
Mount Tamalpais poster is an old design of unknown origins. I personally find it appealing to have the Golden Gate Bridge in the scene, since it places Mt Tam geographically.