My designer was top notch. Excellent creativity, execution and was happy to make the changes I requested.
The design work was stellar and we couldn't be happier! We will be doing a lot of business together.
Proffessional, fast, great designer, definitelly looking forward to keep working together. Totally recommend him.
Great logo, clean and intelligent
How Mrdan started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Ninja Cow Farm
What’s your company slogan?
We don't always use this but sometimes we use, "Masters of Kung Moo"
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This is the logo for our family farm. Our farm is very small (less than 10,000 annual revenue) and serves a small audience. The logo will be used on our Facebook page, our t-shirts, license plates, etc. Odds are this stuff will only be purchased by ourselves and a couple of friends.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
You can get a better idea of who we are and how we operate on our facebook page which. Just look up Ninja Cow Farm on Facebook, we're the only one. You may want to read the note "Why Ninja Cow" to learn more about us.
What I'd like to get are a couple of logos, once that is funny and cartoonish like the one we have now and one that is more serious/dangerous but still obviously a cow. The file 69439.jpg is an image grabbed off of the internet that could be an example of something serious. Obviously it's way too detailed for a logo but it's an idea starter for a more serious version.
One last thing, the existing logo is obviously a reference to Bruce Lee in Game of Death. That's fine. However, the cow we are referencing is a belted Galloway. These are the "oreo cookie" cows, with a white stripe in the middle, black on both ends. That could be added in as a design element as well if it works for the design.