Redbird 120 Logo Design Contest

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Redbird 120 has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 175 designs from 38 different designers from around the world.
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redbird120
United States

Slogan

Handmade homegoods

What We Do

Redbird 120 is primarily a woodworking shop. We design, create and sell customer woodcrafts such as candle holders, incense burners, cutting boards, signs and other goods. There are two primary audiences. First, the retail customer looking for quality, custom, handmade woodcraft. Second, other makers from social media that participate in discussions and knowledge sharing.

Industry

Home & Garden

Color Preferences

I'd like to see some variations given that red will naturally be associated with "redbird" and brown will naturally be associated with the woodcraft focus of my business. Red and brown aren't exactly a classic combination so I encourage artists to not feel super constrained to stick with red as the primary color, it could in fact just be a pop of accent. Rather I would not like to see blues or purples as this views as softer than I would like the logo to read.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

I don't necessarily have a specific concept in mind as i don't want to put constraints on the artists. However, a caution. There are a lot of woodworking logos out there. The use of a sawblade or woodgrain as a background is very prevalent. While I'm not saying don't use those concepts, if you do they need to be very distinct to stand our from others.
EDIT: the slogan is not required to be in your entry. If you have options without it, I am absolutely open to seeing those as well.

Themes

Masculine
Simple
Colorful
Necessity
Classic
Refined

Style Inspiration

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