honestly i would give a 6 star rating if i could!!! they were so open to changes and being incredibly accommodating as well as fast and efficient
- Alexander Montoya
Professional Service through and through and trough. Excellent drafts and revisions. Each and every request adhered to.
The design fit my style according to the brief. It was pretty and unique. HardDesigns was patient and timely in submitting many versions and revisions per my requests to make sure I was happy with the final result. I highly recommend this designer!
How anessapryor started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Painted Pinto Horsemanship, LLC
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Horsemanship classes for Scouts, youth groups and clubs. Target audience is youth aged 7 - 18. We them about everything related to Western style riding and care of horses.
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
I like the curlicue design of the tree. It feels "free"
The rustic aspect with the wooden background fits in perfectly with our western horsemanship style. We are cowboys and cowgirls at heart comfiest in our boots and jeans. The logo captures that feeling.
The cat coming out of the leaf is creatively simple but eye catching. It makes the viewer look a second time to identify the animal. The longer a potential customer looks, the better.
Visually interesting with the hound incorporated into the deer's antlers.
The color scheme is darker than I want but I could picture a horse running in front of the mountain.
This is so beautiful and graceful.
The crow has the same visual interest as it morphs into the geometric shapes.
Who DOESN'T like flying purple cows???
This design is fun and fresh.
Graceful lines and curlicues; le sigh!
The following link will take you to the American Paint Horse Association where you can find images of paint horses in case you are not familiar with the breed. http://apha.com/breed/tobiano/
While we have other breeds, my tobiano paint, is who inspired the business name.