Above and beyond effort. exceeded all expectations
Lovely to work with as always!
How meganw2 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Little Avalon Farm
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We raise Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats and sell feed/supplement products for animals. Our primary target audience is other farms/goat breeders as well as urban and suburban homesteaders and animal lovers.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
I will rework my site to match the logo so if you could supply the hex values it'd save me some time.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
the vintage look.
I really love trees like this.
There is a trend in the goat world to use silhouette style goats in logos, which I like, but I also like to stand out and be unique. I am happy to provide actual photos of goats and our place if needed. One note - the goats do not have horns. Our customers expect a more sophisticated experience than 'down at the farm' and we want to convey a classy, professional identity, but with a little artistic flair. Our farm name was inspired by the book The Mists of Avalon (an island of calm in a chaotic world, in touch with nature, herbal healing, etc. but no pagan elements) so trees, mist, water might be nice. I've attached some image search images that kind of show what I'm thinking there. We have big old willow (not weeping) trees so that might be a cool addition. Our farm is meant to be an inviting place. We are working on an agritourism angle over the next few years and want to somehow convey that inviting presence in our logo and other marketing.