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.
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.
Have just completed a new logo and brand image for Covered Collection which offers a fresh take on decoupage through recycling and transforming the previously plain appearance of functional glassware and ceramics. Every item is hand decorated and finished by Catherine Bradley. Catherine wanted a simple and elegant logo design to use on printed materials and for stickers for products. Find Covered Collection on Facebook and online.
I’ve just completed a logo design for a new baking and catering business, Bodin’s. The simple bowl design reflects the hand-baked preparation of the food, and the logo will be used on printed materials, labels, packaging and potentially on napkins and plates. Will add more photos of the logo in use soon.
Have just created this modern logo design for new ethical PR and Communications company ‘We Are Sparkle’, set up by Daisy Green Magazine founders and Big Eco Show event organisers Nicola Little and Jen Atkinson.
An organisation ‘committed to offering practical, tailored support to help transform the world’, Stewardship contacted me recently asking for a logo and email banner design for their new email campaign ‘The Art of Giving’. This ten part series looks deeper at generosity and follows current campaign ’40acts’ which has been happening over the past few weeks running up to Easter. Find out more about what they do here.
I’ve recently designed a logo for a new initiative by a local youth group, to give up their time once month to help their community in whatever way they can. The iconic four triangles/arrows design represents going outwards in all directions from a central point, and the colours needed to be eye catching and bright for wearing on hoodies and tshirts.