I loved the creativity with the design and that it incorporated all the elements we were looking for. A Premium look and feel, a unique word mark and icon that can be used together or separately and perfect tie into our business concept.
- Painted Pony Studios
Awesome, easy to deal with and really thought like the client - love it
- Saverio Wongher ™
Saverio was wonderful to work with. He provided quality designs that were on brief, was very quick to make amendments and was very easy to communicate with. Highly recommend.
- Design Injector
Raj incorporate our colors and logo as requested and worked super fast!
Thank you very much for your fine work!
How marieJE started their logo design journey
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This logo is for Youth Rider magazine. It is a youth competitive horse riding magazine for ages 8 through 19 and professional adult members of the horse industry who are trainers and coaches to these competitive riders. It is not breed specific, but we will be launching this magazine through the Arabian Horse industry first at Youth Nationals U.S. Championship Competition.
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The horse industry is a classic industry, and often elegant designs, but this is for the Youth rider and we want it to be somewhat modern and playful to catch their eyes. The logo needs to capture emotion-- think of winning those roses or blue ribbon after years of work with your horse, your team mate! Ribbons and garlands of roses signify championships for shows-- no matter what your discipline: 1) saddle seat, 2) western, 3) huntseat, 4) or showmanship to name a few, ribbons and roses are given to all riders who have done their best-- we would like to think about this symbol as part of our logo for "Youth Rider." If a horse is incorporated into the logo-- it cannot be breed specific as we want to expand into the Quarter Horse, Saddlebred and many other competitive horse associations. The logo needs to emphasize growth as a youth rider from age 8 to 19-- becoming better the harder you try. This is an industry like training to be an olympic athlete, you work, work, work and that is how you grow.