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How fenwayfarms started their logo design journey
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FHANA, the Friesian Horse Association of North America, is a breed association for the Friesian horse. A Friesian is a extremely noble and charismatic horse. FHANA is the oldest, largest and most respected Friesian registry in North America. We are the only affiliate with the mother registry in The Netherlands, the KFPS. Our age, founded in 1984, size, the largest in North America and connection with the mother registry sets us apart from all of our competitors. Since the mother registry has a connection to the Queen of The Netherlands, their logo includes a crown. That element would be helpful to create the connection between FHANA and the KFPS.
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Animal & Pet
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It is imperative to convey the nobility of this magnificent horse. I firmly believe in the "less is more" concept. The concept should be able to be displayed on a lapel pin. My preference would be a left to right facial orientation. Nose to the right, so some images might have to be flipped. We will want this logo to be embroidered and printed on promotional materials (booths, banners, etc.).