It's always a pleasure doing work with dellfi. He is a very talented graphic designer.
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!
How TheLazy8Ranch1 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Lazy 8 Ranch
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a boutique grass fed, free range cattle ranch and apiary. Our target audience is women ages 25-44, most likely mothers. The ranch is run by a disabled veteran and her husband.
Our mission statement is:
The Lazy 8 Ranch believes the land has spirit. It is our responsibility as landowners to honor that spirit by listening to what the land needs to thrive, because only land that thrives will produce food that nourishes body and mind. By taking care of something as seemingly innocuous as soil, we intend to turn one good deed into many, many more. Healthy soil grows healthy grass, which grows healthy cattle, nourish humans, who can now feel and act their best. In this way we are working toward a more peaceful planet. Our logo, the lemniscate, reminds us that what goes around comes around; we’re sending out good vibes.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Possible to add a touch of feminine color: rose pink with army, olive or avocado green. Combination of masculine and feminine to convey the message that femininity is power.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
simple, makes me think
logo stands out. I like black and white contrast.
it is soft
use of negative space
logo stands out and has a wabi sabe quality
that it looks like waves
black and white contrast.
Our current logo is the lemniscate, or infinity symbol because a "lazy 8" (laying down) looks like an infinity symbol. It also echos our belief in karma.
One idea I had was to somehow incorporate the lemniscate into depictions of the sacred Hindu cow. Possibly a lemniscate on the forehead. Maybe a queen bee with the symbol on her back... just thoughts.