The process was difficult for me because although I had an idea of the direction I wanted to go (hand lettered, more edgy than previous logos, black and white, imperfect...), I really didn't know what that should look like. Jeremy worked with me until we finalized the logo you see now, which notably replaces the "and" or "&" with a "+"; and which has that edgier, black and white, imperfect, and hand lettered look I desired.
I love Jeremy's work, and look forward to finding an excuse to work with him again in the future.
In other, non-logo related news ... we are heading to Durango tomorrow and will be there for a couple of weeks. As usual, we are looking forward to it and expect an increase in my Instagram activity. Are you on Instagram? Follow me, and then let me know so I can follow you back!