Thank you very much! You did a terrific job interpreting what I was looking for. I am absolutely happy with the outcome
Kristanna was awesome to work with on our logo design project. She is very creative and responsive through the whole process. She is talented at making ideas into real designs that looks better than imagined.
Yuki is so talented, patient, quick, and professional. A pleasure to work with! I'm thrilled with my new logo and cannot wait to use it!
Awesome designer! Very helpful throughout the entire process.
How dixonF started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
"Atch Patch Onions" or "Boy O' Boy Onions"
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Grower / Shipper of onions in the mountains of Western Colorado. Logo will be used on mesh sacks and/or cardboard boxes used to pack our onions. Sold to foodservice, wholesalers & retail grocers
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 50/50% split on the name. Either "Atch Patch Onions" or "Boy O' Boy Onions" are the contenders. Both are equally acceptable. Original idea is a simple charcoal style sketch of the boys with the copy reminiscent of an old flour sack. Maybe something like the two boys, arm in arm, as a simple rendering using as few bold lines as possible with the copy similar to the Coombs Flour Sack image attached. The art could be in the middle of the copy or have the boys arms resting on the letters. There could be a border of leaves with a couple onion bulbs in the bottom corners. Another idea using "Atch Patch Onions" is to have the "A" be very large with the other letters descending in size (kind of like a rainbow) over the art of the boys possible with the boys holding an onion together. On the bottom, small, "Product of Colorado" Printing for the labels isn't high enough resolution for too much graphic art. Art & drawings should be more simple than the attached charcoal sketches. If the logo looks good without the art, that may need to work