Hill's Edible Landscapes

Like Wonka's world of pure imagination, this Spokane gardner-cum-landscaper wants to make the world both beautiful and edible.

Eat the land
Hill’s exists in a rather difficult market to identify because it’s not exactly a landscaping service nor is it a traditional gardening service. It needed to identify with the same traditions as a local gardener and still communicate the duality of what Hill's offers.
For the word mark, the hand lettered treatment, which I tend to avoid using unless it only makes sense, has found a home in “Hill’s” to let people know that what Hill's does is by hand, its a craft (in the traditional sense) and that it’s a home grown/local service.
The website was done through Squarespace, allowing the client to update when necessary while being a more affordable option as well. We provided services in helping the client find the right name for the business as well come up with an appropriate website address. The address acts as a sort of tagline: Eattheland.com

The type treatment influence was taken from old seed/flower packets and advertisements.

The upward movement of the text is something chosen for its feeling of tradition in lawn and landscape services.

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