Here are some logo development concepts we did for Philip Baker Ltd on their latest product family. The client wanted to test the idea of a surf/outdoor lifestyle re-brand for TT Sauce and to see how this would flow through to the other products in the range. Digitally rendered freehand in Adobe Illustrator we produced a woodcut effect with a … Read More
This was a fantastic project to be involved with for Health Promotion Services at Cornwall Council. After previous design work for the department the team asked us to help with the re-brand of their EFFO service to SAVVY. SAVVY is a health and wellbeing promotion website and services for young people aged 9-15 years in Cornwall. The new brand … Read More
This new business start-up required a fun and clean brand. Cornish Ducks design and produce traditional rubber ducks for bath time fun that have Cornish inspired designs printed over them. Julian, founder or the company, approached us to help develop a logo that portrayed a fresh and fun company.
This was a follow on design form The Kids Love Nature Team for their Nature Nursery business. They needed an information leaflet drop to go out to residents within the local area to promote the opening of the new nursery. We kept the fun natural look flowing through the design to really focus the concept … Read More
The Kids love Nature team got in touch after seeing our work online as asked if we could help with a design package for their start-up children nursery. The logo was the first project that we did for them and helped set the theme for the rest of the business literature. Stationery, promo flyers, website … Read More
Amalwhidden Farm Coarse Fishery has recently been reopened after extensive landscaping and restocking of new fish. The owners, Neil and Julia Hodder, wanted to promote the business via traditional printed material as well as online. We designed a DL sized folded leaflet to be used in advertising racks in local B&Bs, Hotels and Tourist information … Read More
Poppy wanted to advertise her next stitching courses with a striking visual graphic that could be used on a postcard but also on her website and in advertising. It was an open brief but with a hint to the illustration style. A very enjoyable project indeed.