Avalon Acres Logo Design Contest

Avalon Acres has selected their winning logo design.

For $375 they received 80 designs from 16 different designers from around the world.
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mkspain
United States

What We Do

Avalon Acres is a farm in rural Maine that specializes in creating sacred experiences for people by offering a wide range of programs and events such as forest bathing, vision quests, fire ceremony, and medicine walks. We also offer educational opportunities to learn about the ecology of the landscape, hula hoop and yoga classes and have an event studio for readings and small bands. We also offer a farm share that includes not only fresh veggies but homemade goods such as sauerkraut and pickles. 'Avalon' means 'isle of apples' and we also have a small apple orchard with about twenty trees.
It is difficult to pick an "industry" (below) as our business does blend many of your selections together. It's Education as well as Entertainment, and a certain amount of Religion--although of the very Earthy kind! I'm going to select 'Education'

Industry

Education

Color Preferences

Purple, yellow (or gold?) and GREEN; some black is ok as well; tan

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

irish or Celtic themes; The attached image is of the irish triskele, a symbol for birth, death and rebirth. We'd love that symbol to be the top of a tree image, if that's possible. You can find these images all over the internet. so TREES are important! Apples, brooks, moss, rocks, flowers. We are very fond of 'back to the land' feel as well as different animals.
The idea is to send a message of not just "farm life" but VIBRANCY, vitality, living in harmony with the land and all of her associates (the elements, directions, different seasons-). I will add that we are also committed to sustainability and have an electric car and solar panels.

Themes

Feminine
Colorful
Classic
Refined
Adventure

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