We loved the simplicity along with tying in two overarching themes into a single logo.
I loved the finished product. The development process was extensive but easy due to great communication with DiaVeo. They listened well, took criticism and used it to make the best product we could imagine. I'm grateful for such a receptive and visionary designer
How kerri.a.meyer started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Good Courage Farm
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are an organic fruit farm producing apples, pears, grapes, currants, raspberries, and more. We are also affiliated with The Episcopal Church, with a vision of feeding all people, restoring the earth and cultivating community. We will welcome people on farmstay vacations and on spiritual retreats. We are in rural Minnesota but hope to reach out to Minneapolis and St. Paul to purchase our fruit, to follow our growth and to join our extended community. We're explicitly multigenerational and anti-racist.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
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We'd like our logo to communicate that we are both a production *fruit* farm with a commitment to regenerating the soil and growing healthful food, and (subtly) that we are also building a faith community of people who want to reconnect their spirituality with Creation. We're interested in the possibility that a pruned fruit tree can look *something* like a cross. However, we *don't* want our branding to exclude audiences that aren't Christian, even though we are. The name of the farm is new and speaks to the work of growing food in the face of climate breakdown and building spiritual community in the face of polarization and alienation. Our draft of a website can be seen at http://www.goodcourage.farm.