Calendula managed to capture my vision perfectly. I had one tiny adjustment which she responded to very quickly. I am so pleased with what she has created. Thank you Calendula.
How Williamson.carter started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Cherry Hollow Farm - (see sketch for idea) . It will be used primarily on the side of a silo, then used on belt buckles, the creation of a brand etc.
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We have an old farm that we are turning into a venue for events, weddings, charity. In doing so, we have taken one barn for bathrooms, livestock, bedrooms, one barn that inside looks like an 19th century textile mill (industrial) and a third house (circa 1860) for the main attraction/weddings and such. Very beautiful setting. We want a logo to go on the side of a silo. This logo would also be our brand for belt buckles, signage, stationary, website etc... - you name it. Bold and something that would be made out of steel, wood or a combination.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
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This venue is being built almost entirely out of repurposed materials from old mills from the southeast, historical buildings and will rely heaviily on environmentally friendly attributes such as rainwater collection systems, solar and wind power. It will also have strong ties to agriculture and nature. I have added an image of the barn and silo where the sign/logo will be attached. As well, an image of the recreated textile mill inside this barn. I also added an image of a circular logo that has an industrial, bold look as an example