Abundance Mini-Farmsteads Logo Design Contest

Abundance Mini-Farmsteads has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 77 designs from 10 different designers from around the world.
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abundancefarms
United States

Slogan

Hobby farms that actually work.

What We Do

Information, design, support, supplies (nursery stock, livestock, hardware) and full installation of complete mini-farms for personal/family food production (not commercial). Key features are streamlined function, super efficiency of time, space, labor and outside inputs, as well as an attractive setting suitable for backyards and that integrates with the landscaping.

System combines various methods of agriculture, both classic and alternative ones such as permaculture, hydroponics, container and vertical gardening etc.

Target audience urban professionals interested in a rural life and growing food, families with children (esp. home-schooling), looking for a wholesome/educational lifestyle for their children. People interested in growing their own food for health reasons (better quality, organic etc.). People interested in self-sufficiency (survivalists).

Industry

Home & Garden

Color Preferences

Green and yellow make include black or dark brown

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Must include a fruit tree, a house and a goat. May include a chicken and sun/sunshine.

I like the idea of Abundance being written in an arch over the top, with Mini-Farmsteads straight across the bottom.

Goat should be styled as you first see when you google "milk goat clipart" or "dairy goat clipart". It must show an udder. Ears erect, not lop ears.

Themes

Masculine
Complex
Classic

Style Inspiration

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