Adrian was the first designer to jump on this project and nailed it right away! I requested a few changes throughout and Adrian was very prompt with his revisions. 80 different designs were submitted by 14 different designers but Adrian's design was by far the best. I would highly recommend Adrian to anyone looking for a new design/logo for there business.
How Gary Chandler started their logo design journey
Sacred Seedlings: Indigenous People Healing The Earth
Indigenous People Healing The Earth
Sacred Seedlings is a reforestation and carbon offset program developed by indigenous people around the globe. Native people -- from the Aborigines and Apache to the Zulu and Zuni – are harvesting seeds from trees and flowers for a massive global replanting program.
After harvesting the seeds, they are blessed in sacred ceremonies by local tribal leaders. The seeds are then used in several ways:
• Planted and nurtured into seedlings which are planted locally by native people as part of sponsored carbon offset programs. These reforestation efforts will create jobs, which will help preserve these forests for the benefit of people and wildlife.
• Sold and shipped around the world to individuals and organizations who want to plant them in their communities, yards, and along highways and roads.
• Planted and nurtured into seedlings for local resale.
Those who have always lived closest to the earth, and respected it the most, are putting their expertise and passion to work to help save it for future generations. To find out how you can help, visit http://www.SacredSeedlings.com
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Sponsors: Global companies that strive to reduce their environmental footprint and that of others. Those who are willing to sponsor such a reforestation effort.
USERS: Individuals and organizations interested in purchasing seeds and seedlings to support indigenous cultures and those who are environmentally responsible and active.
Simple, but elegant design. High impact. The design element itself doesn't need to include ".com"
Easy to read. A graphic statement that says "Indigenous people healing the earth with trees"