Tiffany Israel, a graphic designer, web developer, photographer, videographer, and tiny house enthusiast won first prize in a logo design contest to rebrand the American Tiny House Association (ATHA).
The organization planned the initiative to establish a brand that better represents the country’s tiny house movement which encompasses modern and cottage styles, on wheels, on foundation, built by professionals or DIY, and more.
“The search for a new logo that captured the essence of the tiny house movement as well as the ATHA’s mission, goals, core values, and purpose was an important undertaking,” said ATHA director, Aaron Kipfmiller, who created and led the contest. “Tiffany’s design perfectly reflects the organization and tiny house enthusiasts throughout the U.S.”
Tiffany is building a tiny house in Oxnard, CA and is documenting her experience at http://tiffanyisrael.com/tiny-house and on Instagram at @tiffs_tiny_house.
About American Tiny House Association
Founded in 2015, American Tiny House Association is the premier organization dedicated to ensuring tiny houses are accepted as viable dwelling units. Members advocate locally and nationally, providing education and support to enthusiasts, municipalities, key housing organizations, builders and other professionals to help people to legally live tiny. Benefits of membership include access to resources, solutions to building and zoning codes, connections with city planning and construction experts, and the tools to engage with local governments. For additional information, visit the web site at www.americantinyhouseassociation.org.