It looks a lot like the logo for BlackEye bikes.
They seem to have two different styles of the letter "B" in their logo.
The one that looks the most like the logo in your picture looks like this
The other style of "B" appears on the header of their web page. The backwards facing arrows are more pronounced
Here is a bike ...
Properly treated timber will last decades in the ground. Wood treatments are generally rated for there preservation ability. Different treatments are used for protection from insect and moisture damage, and the timber is treated to suit the local conditions. Most countries have a set of standards - e.g. American Wood Protection Association for USA.
Sadly serial numbers are useless - they're not a VIN like cars have and only mean something to the manufacturer, who may have encoded info in the number, or may not even have kept track of the numbers.
If you have a sample of the paint you want, take it to an automotive paint specialist and ask for a colour match. Not your local big-box store, somewhere ...
(mattnz already answered most things but this is too long for a comment so here it goes)
Has anyone seen this/have any feedback?
I built this once just to see what would happen. Also have used wood for filling up (as a beginner). Observations:
it works, but not really worth the time or effort. Unless you're really building a huge table probably.
all in ...
All we can see is a logo of a B with spikes to the left, a top tube reinforcement plate which implies a BMX as does the fork with no visible brakes, and a matt-black rattlecan spray paint job. I don't recognise the logo, but someone might.
Sadly a bike getting sprayed like this is normally because its not worth a good paint job, so if you're expecting a ...