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What do you think? Our first logo is well underway thanks to the artistic talents of Emily Mullock, Art Director at Disney Consumer Products and Interactive and author/illustrator of the children's book "Go Away Unicorn". If I seem a bit biased - that's perfectly okay, she's my daughter.
Emily was kind enough to present our Society with 5 variations of a design that very cleverly encompasses all aspects of our name - a bear, a mountain and our Society's written name.
A couple of the designs have a hump on the back would suggest a grizzly bear - locally, we not have this animal - so perhaps that is not the right fit. In others, the mountain form has tree shapes to better define it. Some have a wash of colour as opposed to a solid.
What do you think? Do you like it? I have numbered the images to aid in comments.
Our Vision - Bear Mountain Trail Society
The enjoyment of the diverse beauty of the Coastal forest in the Eastern Fraser Valley and the appreciation of it through non-motorized experience on a network of trails.
Our first project concerns the creation of a non-motorized mountain trail connecting Harrison Hot Springs, Agassiz and Seabird Island.