We had a very nice contest in which all designers were actually very involved and good. Solfree's design was voted as the best by the tribal elders and the corporation board. Very good person to deal with, listens to the brief and then interprets that visually. Smooth sailing all the way. This is a designer that is very good to work with.
Great working with Geofardy! Quick to respond and always dealt with our ridiculous changes; amazing customer service! Geofardy is the way to go!
- swilliams 8
How Kaiadiltcorp started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Rimirimi Aboriginal Corporation
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This corporation represents the interests of people from various Australian mainland tribes that were brought to Mornington Island in the early 20th century. This is sometimes referred to as the "stolen generation". These people were typically taken when very young and never saw their natural parents again. Now about a century later there is huge mining industry in some of the parts where these people came from, and the tribal people that remained on their traditional lands receive various royalties from those resource operations. The corporation is involved with claiming that the people that had been moved to Mornington and their descendants ought to receive part of those royalties and that they share fully in the other benefits of the mining boom. Whilst this is not principally denied, they need a structure to make these claims and to use any money obtained for the welfare and social and economic development of these peoples on Mornington Island.
The logo will be used to present the organisation externally and as something that has structure and professionality.
The name "Rimirimi" refers to a local water snake, see http://www.arod.com.au/arod/reptili…/polylepis . Whilst this is a pretty boring animal in itself, there is a cultural reference involved here, namely to the "Rainbow Serpent" legend, which is found in almost all Aboriginal tribal cultures. Many of the organisations based around Australian tribal culture use the rainbow serpent in their logos. We want to do something along those lines too, but want to come up with an original interpretation.
Also, we have two sister organisations that have a distinct logo style (one of them very recently developed through this site) and the new logo must align with this. These logo's have been uploaded. The new design must use the same fonts (Smudger Let and Myriad Pro) and the same colors.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
Logo types to explore
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