Provided an awesome and creative design right off the bat. Was very responsive, appreciative and easy to work with.
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- New Elevation Joe
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How adamswgee88 started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
GREY GUM DROUGHTMASTERS
What’s your company slogan?
Producers of Purebred Droughtmasters and Commercial Droughtmaster Composites
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are Primary Producers. Raising commercial beef cattle and breeding Purebred Stud Cattle.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We're looking for a company logo that we can also transfer onto workshirts. (Ie above a shirt chest pocket)
Creation of Letterheads and for a cover photo on a social media page.
Our cattle stud is named Grey Gum Droughtmasters, inspired by Grey Gum Trees which are native to our area.
Our idea was the Greg Gums being in the centre of the pic, with a Bulls head either side turned part way forward and facing towards eachother. We’re looking at shirts that will be navy blue. So we imagined a white patch that had the grey gum, some green leaves. The name written in black inside the tree etc. But open to any and all suggestions, you’re the pro and your the one doing the job so if you have any ideas feel free to vary.
The Bull in the photo is of the Droughtmaster breed, an image of a bulls head would be inspired by that ideally. He has a hump as you see similar to a brahman bull, as they are basically cousins but it is smaller and any use of a brahman would be easily pointed out by other businesses in our industry.
You'll see an example down the bottom in inspiration files, a friend who does some photo shop work mocked this up. It's in the direction of where we want to go but that there is an example of him using a Brahman bull and not a Droughtmaster. It doesn't have to be the whole animal either, can just be a head from the shoulders forward, etc.
We will likely end up having this transferred onto a stencil to be cut out in sheetmetal for a sign on property, if that influences the level of fine detail you're able to apply to areas like the trees.
The pic with 'agriculture' in it is an example of a font I like. I think it would suit our brand well but am happy to hear other opinions.
If it was a letterhead logo then we’d want the Stud Number in there aswell.
It’s ‘Grey Gum 1740’
That other pic you see is our registered brand. It’s something that would feature on a letterhead like the stud number. (Pic should be rotated to run horizontal, not vertical, just how it came out). I don't know how to type the Lazy E on a keyboard but I'm sure you'd be familiar with the symbol.
Happy to have variation of colour schemes and such as you create, if you think some ideas may or may not work. Look forward to hearing from you.