Some examples of corporate identity projects, logos and visual identity development for print and online use.
Logo and visual identity for Greenspace forest retreats and crafts print publicity material. Incorporated elements include photographs of the location (very rural Mid Wales), craft materials used in on site workshops, and green elements from a colour palette inspired by the surrounding trees, fields, plants and weather.
Logo and typographic visual identity for Slender Thread Workshop designer-maker business in Mid Wales. STW ‘stud’ is used as visual device on print publicity and information items, together with or separate from main typographic logo, as used on website and stationery. Palette reflects personal tastes of business owner.
Logo, visual identity and branding for website, stationery and publicity / promotional literature for the Knighton Food Bank, an independent community and volunteer run organisation set up by a local church group to provide a food bank service for the Knighton and East Radnor area of Mid Wales.
Logo and visual identity for TriCounty Tours, Mid Wales and Borders based guided tours business, the logo and colours representing the contours and colours of the landscape. The visual identity derived from the logo has been applied to print publicity, stationery, advertising, website and used on social networking.
Logo and visual identity for local umbrella group Knighton and District Community Support Project, offering help and support to vulnerable members of the community. Primary requirement was for simple and adaptable logo that could be applied across a wide variety of print and physical items.
Logo and branding for local speciality coffee house the Tower House Gallery, which offers tea, coffee and snacks, plus local and sustainably sourced crafts. Project also included a new website.