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Adventurous, rugged re-brand the Pacific Northwest Trail Association! ?
Check out kathyCE's Logo & brand identity pack contest…
Washington • Idaho • Montana (use if you want but not absolutely necessary)
About the Pacific Northwest Trail Association: The PNTA is the official non-governmental advocacy and administrative partner of the United States Forest Service for the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail. Our work benefits trail users and the people and communities throughout the Pacific and Inland Northwest who celebrate the outdoors. We work to secure and improve the outdoor recreation experience offered by the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail along our rugged 1200 mile, mountain-to-sea route. Our education and advocacy work helps ensure protection and promotion of this unique and precious resource for present and future generations. The Pacific Northwest Trail: The 1200 mile Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail (PNNST) ranks among the most scenic, rugged and wild trails in the world. The trail crosses three national parks, seven national forests and seven mountain ranges. This carefully chosen path is high for the views and long on adventure. At its eastern terminus the PNNST begins its epic mountain-to-sea route near the Continental Divide in Glacier National Park and travels through Montana, Idaho, and Washington before reaching its western terminus at the Pacific Ocean in Olympic National Park. The PNNST became a congressionally designated national scenic trail in 2009, but has existed for more than 40 years. The trail is used by day hikers, backpackers, thru-hikers, and equestrians. Some sections of the trail are also open to mountain bikers. These users bring a variety of benefits to the towns and communities situated along the trail corridor in the Pacific and Inland Northwest. Volunteerism, advocacy and grit brought the PNNST into being. Today, dedicated volunteers work cooperatively with a network of nonprofit organizations and trail communities to improve and maintain the trail corridor and enhance the experience through education and interpretive materials. This year, the organization celebrates its 40th anniversary! Target audience: potential and current supporters, allies and users of the trail. People that love and engage with the outdoors and wilderness in a variety of activities.
While the logos I chose on your site indicated a design trending toward modern I am thinking more toward clean and simple then I am toward 'modern'. Something that would be recognizable on a patch at a distance and recognizable at 3/8 inch. The logo should have a continuous boundary whether border or fill. I am only able to select one industry so I choose 'environmental' but had I been able to choose more I would also have chosen 'sport', 'recreation', 'education'. 1. We are looking for a logo that communicates a sense of timelessness, institutional confidence and sense of excitement. 2. Keywords of inspiration include: grassroots, rugged, unique, adventurous, tough, pristine, wild, primitive, scenic, authentic, wilderness, timeless, rustic, tradition, pioneers, guardians, protectors, and advocates. 3. Possible themes to explore include: Map. Compass. Rare wildlife habitats (grizzly, caribou and wolf), old growth cedar groves, climax forests, fire lookouts and trail maintenance tools. 4. We seen a lot of solutions with wildlife. Using a wildlife element (paw print, hoof print, antlers...) as opposed to the entire animal is a possible solution. in reference to the attached images: I've attached the Pacific Northwest Trail Association we are replacing. I've also attached a photo of a Pacific Crest Trail System trail marker, AMC logo, and Trustees logo as designs we really like. I've attached the Glacier National Park Conservancy logo as a different style that would work too.
US$599 Bronze package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo & brand identity pack starts at $849.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their logo & brand identity pack.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
kathyCE collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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