Looks fresh and uncluttered and modern. The other photo looks to me like 'just another gardening magazine' - this one looks eye-catching and different.
Clean look, with real focus on the wonderful array of vegetables. Very tempting!
prefer this one but it seems a bit of an odd mix - brussel sprouts with cherry tomatoes? Opposite seasons which kind of defeats the whole point of homegrown!
This cover looks fresher and uncluttered, the produce looks like it has just been picked.Makes me want to go and harvest some veggies.
I prefer this option it has a more "fresh" clean modern look to it - fresh being for the veges...I like it!
Nice contrast makes it easier to read the writing (says something about my eyesight. Less cluttered. I like the feeling of space.
This cover is clear and modern whilst still conveying the purpose of gardening
This one is modern the other one smakes of yesteryear. ie in the eyes of a 68 year old
I like to see the food close-up and lavish-looking rather than further away in the wheelbarrow.
I prefer cover number two. I like the clear year 2012 and the general layout. How would it look with a very pale lime green background?
I like this photo because I like taking a dish up to my garden on a sunny summer day and walking back with it full of a rainbow of fresh vegetables. After planting them, and watching them grow thru all weather conditions, its makes it all worth while.
this cover is brighter and less complicated. the other image is lovely but too busycheers, Karyn
clean and fresh image.
It makes me want to eat the lot!! Love the simplicity of it and didn't really like the house and greenery on left of first photo, too complicated. Smiles..
Better design style.VIP
says it all.. growing good fresh vegetables is what we are all about. if mine come out looking as fresh and luscious as this display I will keep gardening..
This display looks fresh and colourful. If I can grow veges as tempting i will keep on gardening.
Option 2 as it has a modern colourful look. Would make me want to get planting... Option 1 looks like it came from an old garden book of the 1950's, 60's.
This cover drew my eye immediately with the sharp white background, the other was too green.
JulieAttracts the eye and the focus is on the garden being productive and sustainable. Would prefer the font to be white rather than yellow as in the other cover.
The basket of vegetables focuses the reader's attention on those vegetables alone. The wheelbarrow and garden tools subliminally suggest hard work!
This is a great modern look. When looking at the picture, I started to think of what I have growing in the garden and am now looking forward to harvest time when we will be eating really fresh produce in a number of weeks. We have just started our own food production kitchen which will have our own home grown vegetables and fruit. We can't wait to harvest and have our customers enjoy simply the best veges and fruit in Auckland.Keep up the great work. I enjoy Fridays because of your newsletter. It starts the weekend off on the right track.
Definitely the better of the two. You'll sell more of these :)
Loved this one as it gives the impression of ease (nothing like kidding ourselves) the other one with it's tools looks like hard work. It's fresh and clean and simple. Sometimes less is best!Joyce
I think the wheel barrow one looked very "busy" nothing was clearly identified, whereas the vegetables were clean and unclutteredSue
ancynGreat visual design that also appeals to other senses, especially the taste buds and so promises a good outcome for gardening efforts.
It had more appeal to me personally - as the alternative photo seemed to be just swamped in too much green - picture clarity was not so inviting.Felt motivated seeing the basket of such great looking vegetables - could I grow some like these? Yes, yes,yes!!Irene.
I prefer the second picture as it looks more inviting. The first option is, what I feel, swamped in too much green. The vegetables in #2 made me feel motivated. Could I perhaps grow vegetables like this? Yes, yes, yes!!! Can't wait to give it a go.
A 'standout' cover. An immediately attractive and energising - 'garden to kitchen' concept. I LOVE it!.
Love option 2 for it's simplicity but would question the array of offerings from differing seasons. Love your mag!
The other photo reminds me of an old American gardening book I used to own which recommended digging trenches and adding bought fertilizers.Old fashioned, like the wheelbarrow.
my eyes fell straight to this picture; it's fresh, clean, inviting and different to the usual pictures we see...very nice
my attention went straight to this picture; fresh, clean, inviting...makes a change from the usual pictures we see.
I like the uncluttered version too and the closer up pic, etc for the cover on this one but would prefer to have a solid colour background instead of a white... (grass and sky maybe) :)
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