Rick was extremely professional, quick and really creative. He nailed the design so well that we struggled to decide on 5 or 6 of the options. Will definitely work with him again!!
It was a tough competition and in the end we decided based on a final poll. Excellent concept and great execution.
- apurva V
First design was a hit, top turnaround times!
Great to work with. Quick to act on feedback and requests. Would definitely recommend.
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- Mr. Rious
Great designer, very communicative, will make changes until you get exactly the design you want.
How garretl started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Established in 1947, Camp Cho-Yeh is a co-ed Christian summer camp and retreat center in the piney woods of East Texas. We primarily serve children and youth... customers being 6 - 22 years old. The word "Cho-Yeh" is a native American (Alabama Coushatta) for land of tall pines. Our mission for many years had to do with growth - land of growing faith - a place where people grow. Our mission now is "to be a place where Jesus Christ transforms lives through meaningful relationships and outdoor adventures." At the end of the day, we believe the camp experience to be one that encourages deep growth in the life of an individual.
Our landscape is most known for enormously tall pine trees - Loblolly trees in particular. We are rather hilly (not mountainous).
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
1. We want something simple
2. We need to be able to put it on a hat or a t-shirt - something that will embroider fairly well. So lots of little detail won't work well.
- Additionally - we want a logo that you would WANT to have on your hat.
3. We want it to capture the nature and feel of camp.
4. We would like it to be enduring - somewhat timeless - something that can last 10 years