This couple were to be married on the shore of the Bribane river. We developed an illustration that incorporated features from both of their lives. On the right is Edinburgh, on the left is Brisbane. The lights on the front are features from both cities, while the clouds are a map of Edinburgh to Brisbane, to the Island where an after-wedding celebration was happening.
"I was so overwhelmed, I ran into a lamppost" said the bride.
Edinburgh Club Nights
Pogo Vogue was a long standing, innovative addition to the Edinburgh music scene. They wanted an aesthetic quality to match their intricate beats.
We collaborated with Alison Johnston, (www.charash.wordpress.com/ aljohnston.co.uk), to create a sharp, simple, flexible image that conveyed their digital output.
This project included logo design, flyer design, and the interior of the club itself. Dangerous Kitchen was a project that flowed out of this successful relationship.
Don Periko makes lively and colourful artwork, brightening lives and homes. They wanted an illustration to complete their logo, a web-based showcase, and a tag-line to carry their message. ‘In love with life’ captured the joyous nature of their own work, and the feeling they wanted to give customers. Visit donperiko.co.uk
An artisans collective local to Fife wanted a brand mark to sell their work under. Quality, Scottish, hand-made, and local, were the buzz-words this artisans collective from Fife wanted to convey. Weproduced an adaptable stamp, and a font-based logo that threaded together like cloth.
The merkat cross in the centre of the stamp stands in the village of Culross, and is a symbol of trade and community.
This is one way of showing you care for people. Do you have anyone you'd like to show you love them?
The Catholic App 2
Dunelm Energy is an energy consultancy that wanted to be seen as bold, passionate, energetic, knowledgable, and caring. A logo that reflected their association with Durham was also desired. We delivered a light-bulb inspired design that spoke about their expertise and forward looking edge. "We felt listened to" was their response.