A couple weeks ago we revealed our new Live to Sustain logo designed by the super talented mochichito. Today it's time to reveal the Gingerhawk logo. We are so excited about how it turned out - it's perfect for this beautiful mountain retreat. Graphic designer Steph Fung of mochichito did a really clever job incorporating the soaring hawk in between the mountain peaks. The evergreen trees and scenic views really capture the magic of staying at Gingerhawk.
In case you didn't know, Gingerhawk Mountain Retreat is a gorgeous mountain retreat property located in the Cascade Mountains just 1.5 hours east of Seattle. We built this property with the intention of renting it out for small retreats and family gatherings. It's a really special place with a stunning chalet style home, several small cabins, and a bath house with sauna. Located in the forests of the Pacific Northwest, this is the perfect place to take a break from modern life and connect with nature. We've opened it up to close friends and family and hope to have it ready for more guests very soon. It's been a long journey watching this amazing retreat space come together over the past couple of years, and we look forward to seeing it grow.
We wanted the logo to invoke a peaceful mountain retreat, and mochichito really nailed it. It was also designed to coordinate with our Live to Sustain logo so that the two logos feel cohesive and related.
And just to provide a little clarity, this is how our business is organized: Live to Sustain is the name of our blog where we (Laura and Adam) talk about sustainable living. It will also be the name of my future acupuncture and Chinese medicine practice. I should be a licensed acupuncturist by next spring, and hope to share more about that in the future. And Gingerhawk is the retreat property that we own and manage. Let's take a look at the two logos together. Let us know what you think. Don't they look great?
Be sure to check out all the posts about Gingerhawk so far:
1. Introducing Gingerhawk
2. Construction Update October 2019
3. Construction Update November 2019
4. Construction Update March 2020
5. Construction Update July 2020
6. Construction Update August 2020
7. The Painting Dilemma - In Search of The Perfect Moody Blue
8. Gingerhawk Main House First Look
9. Gingerhawk Bath House Tour