Archive for September, 2010

Sep 4 Signed Memorabilia and Collectables

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Universal Signing are an established memorabilia and collectables company who approached me to totally overhaul their current branding.

This included a new modern iconic logo and colour scheme, which would set them apart from other companies in their field. I identified that a lot of the current sites out there were all template based and clinical [...]

Sep 4

Sweet! Cleethorpes

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I was approached to come up with a brand name and full corporate identity for a new sweet store venture in my home town of Cleethorpes.

Having shortlisting several names, a natural choice was to simply call the new shop ‘Sweet!’. The word ’sweet’ is sometimes used as a describing word for something which is cool [...]

Sep 4

Undercover Agents Marquee Hire, Lincolnshire

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I was approached by a Linclonshire-based marquee hire company who were looking for a brand and microsite fit for their established business.
After researching like-for-like companies, it was clear that none really portrayed themselves as real market leaders in the area for delivering high quality marquees for events such as parties, functions and especially weddings.

I created [...]

Sep 4

G4 Print /, Hull

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G4 Print, a Hull-based large format digital printing company asked for a total rebrand of their existing website and identity. Their branding and website at the time was very dated and required some much needed attention in their drive to become a huge player in their field in the Yorkshire and Humber region.

Boasting such clients [...]

Sep 4

Lloyd Cooper –

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Watford-based Motorcycles Direct were looking to totally overhaul their exisitng website to bring it up to date, both cosmetically and the way it was built as they were looking to push their company and brand online.
Following Blue Ink’s success of Hein Gericke’s campaign during 2009 they were looking for something similar to push their [...]

Sep 4

‘Forecast of Fun’ by Kitschen Sink

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Ever-creative Rowan Grant asked me to take the creative lead on her latest venture ‘Forecast of Fun’. Her new weather related range consisted of funky iconic retro clouds cut out of perspex to create vibrant chunky jewellery.
Following her success with the Kitschen Sink brand, I felt it was only natural to keep this theme consistant [...]