David - F&G got their new logo design by running a design contest:
"SpiritHeart, Sedona" Logo Contest for Amazing Young Company
Check out David - F&G's Logo design contest…
"...nature retreats, healing ceremonies, sacred journeys."
BASIC COMPANY & MARKET INFO: - Our Company Name: "SpiritHeart, Sedona" - Our Company Tagline: "...nature retreats, healing ceremonies, sacred journeys." - Our Industry(ies): adventure/self-help travel, shamanic ceremonies, nature retreats (...et. al) - Our Location: Sedona Arizona - Our Mission: • to empower people to live the life of their dreams. • to help humanity heal, raising consciousness and allowing healing for the planet • provide services that support empowerment • create an environment that is safe and supportive of growth - Our Market (demographics): • people seeking major life changes • people who love adventure/spiritually focused travel • people with a feeling for indigenous people's wisdom • people who are drawn to nature-centered spirituality - Our Logo Design Direction to You: • The central icon must be either exactly or some variation on the following "4 interlocking hearts" (see "logo source" file attached), here is just one interpretation of that which is possible (https://www.dropbox.com/s/n32mvv3yup5ltwg/Screenshot%202014-08-14%2008.43.12.png) • Our custom color pallette is here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/donsmd1bohf9w0w/Screenshot%202014-08-14%2008.49.29.png • The Company Name Logo: must be sans serif (strong, clean, human, modern) • The Company Tagline (placed just below the Company Name) must be in complementary sans serif (but perhaps italicized or somehow stylized to make it more conversational, warm, afterthought) • The Play of Colors in our initial mock-up here (https://www.dropbox.com/s/l3f6ab0s11ls6o7/Screenshot%202014-08-14%2008.53.29.png) are not correct, please try other combinations from our pallet with less "bussiness" (ideas: three of same colors on background hearts and one contrast color on the primary, Company Name all same color with tagline in accent color, etc.) • Your logo design proposals MUST BE a combination of our "interlocking hearts" icon (most likely to icon to the left but maybe somehow centered above)the company name and tagline.
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Thanks for your help! We are very happy to reply to any questions you may have in the process of working up our mock-ups. We are very clear on the direction we want this design process to go and will provide clear feedback as you progress. Thanks, David
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