Back to Monkey-mother for the second time - because she's AMAZING! We needed a little revision so we could purchase a wood-burning tool with our logo on it. Monkey-mother took care of it promptly. We are often asked where we got such a cool logo - we always tell people about monkey-mother from 99designs!
How Jason Wish started their logo design journey
Wishwell Farms Produce
We own and operate a small produce Farm Market in Ohio. All our produce is sold at roadside stands and at Farmers' Markets in Columbus Ohio. A dairy farm for four generations, with a wishing well sign in the yard, is now a produce farm. We want to use this unique sign, because of our last name, to stand out from other farms, in all of our marketing material.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We want our customers to remember our wishing well logo when they are shopping at their local farmers' market. We are primarily selling to affluent neighborhoods in Columbus Ohio. At a lot of markets, produce is produce, but ours is a step above the rest. We want our customers to associate our great produce, and amazing service and displays with our wishing well, so they can pick us out from the crowd.
Logo must have a wishing well in it. I would prefer produce of some kind to be in the logo as well. Sweet corn, tomatoes, melons, green beans, strawberries and pumpkins are our most popular items, but all don't need to be in logo. The problem with lots of different produce, is that there is too many colors. Two or three total colors would be best. The tagline "experience freshness" can be changed if you can think of something better, however, this is what our customers have seen for two years now.
No cartoons, but not too elegant and fancy. Logo needs to be able to be put on shopping bags, t-shirts, signs, business cards, banners, and website. Check out our website wishwellfarms.com to see a pic of our current logo. I'm curious to what this would look like without clipart, but either way is fine. I've attached our current logo.