This is one of my most recent branding projects. Needing time to update my portfolio (and photograph these projects!), but here’s a taste of what I’ve been up to in design…
I was approached to design a logo and stationary for Ian Forbes, here is a peek into how the project concept was considered:
Spaces: created by architects who craft light creating beautiful shapes, forms and ambience.
—generating the sense of space and light using colour tones and structures within compositions.
—structured, confident, hold concept, uncomplicated and sophisticated.
—inspired by natural light, encroaching, reflecting, growing, interacting with surfaces.
Business Card (front and reverse)
Letterhead (front and reverse)
The first signs of summer – people heading to the beach in shorts and dogs sunbathing… This summers going to be a busy one, and the last one with just John and I; we have a little one on the way either late August or early September, we are thrilled – it’s so exciting! Over these next few months we are getting things in place ready for our son or daughters arrival. I’ll still be taking on projects up the the knuckle and hopefully weaving in projects after too.
…we are now cooking with gas and the Turkey is pretty damn good; everything is super fast! Can’t wait to share more photos and design work in progress.
A fortnight of gluttonous boxes spilling, bloated bin liners, no ‘dial up’ and phones panic searching; we’ve moved from the serene harbour side town of Whitehaven to the rural edge in Sandwith.
We managed to weave our way through cloth mountains and cardboard roads venturing out to enjoying some late evening sun.
Back online soon…
After much research, sketching, coffee and design options I’ve chosen my new mark. Designers truly are their own worst client…
The mark is inspired by Old English text book typography—where the S&F are similar in form [see here]. With my love of design and photography the mark naturally lends itself to being symmetrical creating an extra dimension of the heart – without being too overt.
Simplicity is important and helps create a timeless feel.
Hello world of Freelance!
I would just like to say a huge thank you to the locals for welcoming me back to sunny Cumbria! Such kindness—looking forward to the new adventure!
Looks like spring is well on it’s way!