So happy with these designs! This designer went above and beyond to make sure I had exactly what I wanted, was a great communicator, and turned files around in a timely fashion. Thanks again :)
- Painted Pony Studios
Awesome, easy to deal with and really thought like the client - love it
It was a pleasure to work with Andrew, very fast response and he did an excellent job on revise the design per our request. Thank you very much and we look forward to work with you again!
great to work with, understood the brief well.
- SilverFox Studio
SilverFox has done many logo projects for me and never fails to deliver a fantastic product!
- Merlin Holmes
This person came on as sort of a dark horse during the contest. Outstanding concept, wasn't afraid to something different, and delivered a polished result. I will use him in the future for certain.
How julia85 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
feelin' your oats
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a premium horse feed manufacturer located in the heart of horse country in Lexington, KY. Family owned and operated we are looking to expand products that we sell to ultimately include apparel, food and other novelty/gift items. To start all new items just mentioned would be under the "feelin' your oats" brand. Looking for a logo to identify the brand.
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
like the simplicity of this and the use of the rolling pin
like the motion of the hot air balloon
like the heraldic look
like the tone on ton
has a "new old" look
like the creative use of the two animals in the logo and the simplicity of the font
I like the touch of nostalgia with the bike used
creative way to craft the bird image
I'm open to all ideas, colors etc. Don't want anything particularly feminine or masculine. Open to whimsy and the artists own interpretation of "feelin' your oats".