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Great logo! I love the development during the contest! The logo is simple and obviouse. I am sattisfied with this result! Thanks!
- ZHAFIR art
We love the logo
We ultimately chose the winning design for its great scalability and versatility. The flat design and color combination ties in nicely with our existing brand. The solid, bold design of the icon combined with type treatment feels very strong, confident and powerful, and will work well across many different medias. DARTI was very responsive and easy to work with. Many thanks.
How Humble Bee Honey started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Shamrock Vale Station
What’s your company slogan?
It would be nice if “Established in 1875” could be used in some way
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Shamrock Vale Station is a family owned and locally operated farm covering close to 4,000 acres. Shamrock Vale Station is the Scenic Rim region’s premier full blood Wagyu stud producing top quality genetic full blood wagyu for the domestic and export markets. The property also has 700 acres committed to cropping producing lucerne, silage and grains for internal use of the Wagyu operations with surplus sold into regional markets.
With a holistic approach to farming our experienced team of locals has a reputation for producing good old-fashioned quality produce that endeavours to utilise locally sourced products wherever possible.
Since purchasing the property in 2013, we have made significant infrastructure improvements including multiple hay sheds, fencing, covered embroyo transfer area, inline crushes, silos, rainwater harvesting tanks and multiple PV solar systems.
The land has a rich history with Shamrock Vale first being established by Richard Deeran in 1875. Richard became one of the best known and most highly respected residents of the district, one who by his industry, thrift, and uprightness was held up as an example amongst his worthy neighbours. His original area was a farm covering 580 acres. The land was used for mixed farming, principally grazing and dairying, together with the necessary cultivation area for fodder and marketing.
We also provide an opportunity for people to work on the farm in exchange for meals, accommodation and hands on experience on an organic farm. This program is known as WWOOFing (Willing Workers on Organic Farms).
Target audience is feed lots / farms / locals
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 are Australian based so the images of “Red Barns” or Barns really does not resonate with our market.
Although we are fond of the history of the farm we are attempting to move away from the “irish” conection. So we don’t want images of shamrocks.
We want a sustainable, timeless logo that encapsulates both our cattle and crop production. http://www.shamrockvalefarms.com/home
I have provided our current logos and also some images that we like.
image 1 - like the picture here, like that it is both cattle and crop and the silhouette
image 2 - I don’t like the picture here or the colours….but like the font and the placement
image 3 - Like the overall simplicity here; (and the mix of fonts)
image 4, 5 & 6 - our cattle have horns like this image