Over the past few months I’ve worked with Red Plum Fine Food on a re-brand to carry across business cards and printed catalogues. The vibrant teal and red Pantone colours compliment each other and demonstrate the unique artisan food and drink produce Red Plum distributes.
UK charity Stewardship asked me to design a series of social media typographic images for global day of generosity, #givingtuesday. I wanted the images to be simple, yet colourful and visually engaging so that people may be inspired by not only the words, but the design. Find the other generosity quotes on Stewardship’s Instagram page.
Received delivery of a new tea towel design yesterday. Inspired by mid-century pattern, ‘Tumbling Bowls’ is an 100% cotton screen printed tea towel, now available in the shop. 10% of profits go to help cancer support and research charities.
Over the past few months, I’ve been working closely with North Birmingham Vineyard Church (previously Sutton Coldfield Vineyard Church) as they’ve been going through a name change and an extension to their building, the Living Well Centre. I designed a new brand for the church including logos, signage and banners. The new branding influenced the interior design of the centre brilliantly, with purple carpets and matching the logo green in tiles for the kitchen area.
It was nice to be invited to the launch evening a couple of weeks ago where the centre was officially opened by John and Eleanor Mumford. It was such a great atmosphere for a church that’s making a real difference in their community, and I saw my design on a cake too – that’s a first for me!
I’ve just completed a logo and blog, website and carousel banner designs for Stewardship‘s Christmas 2013 campaign ‘Advent Wonder’. The logo icon was created to look like both a wrapped gift as well as resemble the star over Bethlehem.