Deli Breaks, a subsidiary of River Village Foods, approached us in September 2012 with an idea for a range of wholesome ready-to-eat microwaveable meals. This was to be our first food packaging… in fact our first product packaging brief, so we were excited to get stuck in. We went on quite a journey, as the exact nature of the product changed, … Read More
Speak Out Lancashire, part of The Children’s Society and Lancashire Children’s Rights, approached us with a brief for a new identity and a website serving young people in care in the area. This has been a unique opportunity for us to work directly with end users, listening closely to what they want from the website and their ideas about visual … Read More
In April 2012, Radio 1 DJ Charlie Sloth announced he needed a logo designing. I had a couple of hours spare one afternoon so I took up the challenge and created this design which I sent through. Charlie is a busy man though and it looks like he still doesn’t have a logo. Help us catch his attention by re-tweeting … Read More
Caroline Purvey of Living Change UK commissioned us to tie together her three business ventures under one umbrella brand, Living Change UK. This involved taking two existing logos and reinventing them, while also coming up with a third minimal logo representing the idea of turning over a new leaf. In the Living Change logo we feel we have achieved this … Read More
Our client wanted a quirky logo that was reminiscent of Dr. Seuss’ Cat in the Hat, so we tried to do just that, and guess what? It worked. Here’s the original logo for Cirque Du Manc that we designed: I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, it’s a way of looking … Read More
This is a great example of a basic website design and build offering: a 3 page website built on a solid framework, branded to match provided artwork (in this case a flyer), and very reasonably priced.
Pete Cannon is a producer and DJ who is in the process of skyrocketing to fame. The styles of music he is involved with are very varied, so he wanted a logo that didn’t fit in to any one of the visual languages associated with certain genres, but stood on it’s own, simple, clean and understated.
We were approached by Lancaster based farm food wholesaler, River Village foods, in early 2011. They were looking to create a clean, professional identity for their growing business. We did just that and designed a selection of logotypes with a hint of vintage, and some stationery and banners to go with them. Here is a sample of the results: