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This branding work took in the study of Albrecht Dürer, making large versions of Assyrian cylinder rolls out of plaster and lots of illustration. The type is specially designed and based on Dürer’s ideas of harmony. The ideas behind the … Continue reading
This branding project took up autumn and winter of 2015. InsideNGO strengthen the operations and management of companies in the non-governmental organisation community. They are based in Washington, USA. The logo has the idea of reaching out of the normal NGO … Continue reading
I’ve worked for David Reeves since 2008. Recently he’s wanted a revamp of his logo, branding and website. This is the story of how the logo was remade, starting at the end result and working backwards to the original design. … Continue reading
I was bought in to design the logo, which turned into designing and illustrating the website. In the guidelines there were mock up covers for TigerTalk web magazine. As you can see below, our striped chum has many moods. … Continue reading
There hasn’t been much graphic design on the blog for a while. This will be rectified this week. First off here’s an exciting branding job for a green charity. This is a mock up of what was really going to happen. … Continue reading
Some unused off-cuts from a logo design, that work well as they are. Instead of deleting them, I thought they deserved to be seen. You can see how many permutations things go through.
I seem to do a lot of Fox/Orange related stuff. Not a bad thing to be known for… Here’s the logo for a friend’s business.
A really pleasant freelance job for three linked bookshops. Eric Ravilious was an inspiration. The type was created from the Judas Kiss fonts. The book illustrations are based on: The big book: Century by Phaidon & Reasons To Be Cheerful … Continue reading
It’s fun how a logo can be adapted. See the PageTiger in it’s natural habitat here. pagetiger.com
The same friends that commissioned the Power Viewer logo also wanted a logo for their easy to use, simple and cheaper brand, Digital Magazine Converter. Starting with the initials DMC, I merged them together to form the friendly invader you … Continue reading
Friends have a company that produces virtual magazines that can include movies, surveys and most impressively Powerpoint, hence this logo. There’s a sense of projection and cinema about it which makes it stand out. Notice how the registered glyph is … Continue reading
Here’s a logo I’ve done for a friend of mine. She makes beautiful scarves. Her surname is Thorpe. The type was designed to have a handmade feel. Strong and loud, with a quirk. I used Wyndham Compressed as the starting … Continue reading
This year’s fete design has a bit of trad jazz and a dash of Magic Roundabout about it. I wanted to highlight the lace doily, slightly eccentric character you expect from a village fete.
My good friend Adam wanted a logo for one of his many companies. The brief was the word binary made out of 1′ & 0’s. Which I did. These two were the most successful – the top version was the … Continue reading
These are the headlines for 3 events at my kid’s school. The Fox is their mascot.
I’ve just re -looked at these old logo designs and it shows very smoothly how a design project works. Firstly I was commissioned to design a flyer logo from XK8, had a chat about what they wanted; a popular indie … Continue reading
A logo job for another clubnight. Based on Gitanes packs. Ohh I used to like them stinky sticks…