A logo mark based on a line drawing design featuring the Atlas mountains of Morocco and a flag representing the golf course. The colours reflect the green of the golf courses, the orange of the Sahara sands and the blue of the sky. This is a graphic and contemporary logo design that helps to form […]
Square business card designs for Emma Method have been printed and delivered. The business cards were designed with contact details and logo on one side and a selection of seamless repeat patterns on the other. There are ten different business card designs in all, printed on heavy matte paper stock by moo.com.
A variety of flyer designs for While There is Light’s photography exhibition ‘Urban Life & Death’. Five images were selected for the backgrounds of the flyers and custom hand lettering was created for the exhibition title. The loose painted effect lettering compliments the raw urban imagery of the exhibition. We selected a rigid matte card stock […]
Logo design and branding for a King’s Lynn and Cambridge based freelance photographer. Their focus being on urban photography, the loose brush stroke hand lettering of the logo reflects the honest, loose, spontaneous nature of the photographer’s style and approach. The logo features on the zines and books published by the photographer and a custom […]
Logo design for an independent Moroccan property management company, Paramount Morocco. The local geography, specifically the Atlas mountains were incorporated in to the design to enforce the sense of place and to emphasise the local knowledge the property management company possesses. The final logo design: The logo colour palette reflects the traditional and familiar tastes […]
Emma Method is a brand that produces surface pattern design inspired by geometric shapes and bold use of sophisticated palettes. Using the letter shapes ‘E’ and ‘M’ to form a geometric pattern, a simple, minimal logo design has been created. A lightweight, monochrome motif with clean lines was the best fit as it offsets the […]
Slapping the carriage back like Jack Kerouac in this repeating, black and white typewriter pattern. This hand drawn illustration of a vintage typewriter has been turned in to a surface pattern design. This seamless repeat pattern is inspired by Jack Kerouac’s continuous typing marathon that produced the first draft of ‘On The Road’. Available on Society6 […]