I love it very much; just as I asked and wished to get!!!
great work and very adaptable to requirements and needs !
Great job as always
Very easy to work with, communicates well, and makes changes quickly. We would definitely consider working with her again!
Quick and did exactly what we wanted.
Very delighted to work with Lorenzo again!
- Dany Al Isso
How Foxbank Farm started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We breed rare breed Castlemilk Moorit sheep. We supply livestock to other flocks, fine quality fleece to hand spinners and lamb and mutton to up market gastro pubs and restaurants.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Greens: Growth, harmony and success.
Yellows: Energy, intellect, fun and youth.
Oranges: Creativity, adventure and happiness.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The logo should contain a Castlemilk Moorit sheep or sheep head, the mature Rams have amazing spiral horns. We want something classic and strong not too cartoonish. We need to infer quality, tradition and strength. Having said all that, we live at FoxbankFarm so a clever incorporation of a cameo Fox within the main sheep symbology might be appropriate, but it can't look too jokey or silly. Also strong simple lines are better than an overly fussy and complex image.
The logo would be used to appear on the company website, business cards, clothing line and on the main sign to the farm itself. It may also appear on farm vehicles. It needs to be able to be scaled up or down in size. There are plenty of images to be found online by simply entering 'Castlemilk Moorit Sheep' into a Google search and clicking on images. There is also a good source of info at castlemilkmooritsociety.co.uk should you wish to get an understanding of the breed and its vulnerable status.
We are trying hard to re establish this iconic British breed back into the landscape of Britain where it should rightfully be seen. It is a spectacular animal and deserves its place back at the top table of British sheep breeds.