It is more then just a ‘logo’
In one single icon, to portray your purpose, you name, your reason for exsistance. Impossible? Of course not. Not for us! The challenge of creating an amazing logo for you that speaks volumes without saying a word (well, at least not more words then your company name!).
A logo for Elk Grove bee keeping company Spease Bees for selling the honey from their bees locally.
This logo for Audrie Brown for her Hunter/Jumper barn named Folly Farms. Her lighthearted personality is spoken through this logo as well as the good light hearted nature of her training facility.
One of AD’s personal favorites. The horse in the logo is inspired from the Maori tribal art of Rachel Fields native New Zealand.
Needing a logo for marketing, tshirts, postcards etc to promote this 5K run fundraiser in honor of retired K9 Officer Kaleo, we tried to create an image illustrative of the fact that both two legged and four legged entries were encouraged!
Created for the new West Coast Equestrian Magazine Horse & Style, the logo needed to be bold, fashionable, and ready to grace the cover of this awesome new publication. Are we biased? Of course! Who do you think creates the layouts for H&S!
For the newest World Cup qualifying horse show in California, Rudy Leone wanted this logo to be laced with Sacramento. Both the Tower Bridge, and the play of the Sacramento River (at the bottom of the word Sacramento) bring this logo a little closer to home. It can break down to a simpler version, just using the box section with the word when needed.
This logo, created in conjunction with Designing Women in Folsom, CA is for the gorgeous Shopping Center in El Dorado Hills. Featuring high end shopping and wonderful restaurants nearby the EDH IMAX theaters, we love driving by and seeing this logo in cut metal, backlit upon a waterfall/rockface on the corner of Latrobe and White Rock Rds.
Ok, so this one didn’t get chosen, but we think it is stellar! Highlighting the gorgeous fountain at the entrance of the VIP building in this Southern California horse show facility.