I am quite proud of the logo I created for the TrailMeister web site, a custom design commissioned by Robert Eversole. He is a respected clinician who travels around the states giving talks about how to "stay found" in the wilderness, using maps and compass to follow the trails. He also talks about lightweight mule and horse camping, and gives sensible advice for safe enjoyment of the back country.
To create the logo I started with a compass, then added horse shoes to emphasize the focus on his site of informed equine use of trails. The compass's round shape is emphasized by the rope ring, recalling that Robert also teaches useful cowboy knots and how to successfully contain riding and pack stock in the wild.
The TrailMeister site has the largest database of trails on the web, a constantly updating dynamic resource free for all users. Riders are encouraged to add their own maps and trails, sharing their enthusiasm and experiences. I am happy to be an aesthetic adviser for Robert Eversole, contributing art and trails. The rides I archive on my Mule Trail blog are added to his database.