Working with Castle Metals on a revamp of their 2016 exhibition stand is this new beauty. I reconfigured the existing artwork that I created two years ago and worked with an outside exhibition company that built the stand. The whole stand is really impressive and houses 2 meeting rooms at the back with glass and metal fixtures, a screen, display cabinets and LED lighting as some of the features of this build. If you have any project up to this size or greater then please get in touch for more information.
Nail Perfection are simplifying their brand, giving their shop a makeover and updating all of their printing. Starting off with a new logo design I have supplied this lovely white tray sign. All finished of with a red face, chrome fret cut logo with matching chrome address and phone number. The customer has fitted this themselves and done a great job.
This tray sign was colour matched to the window frames in order to compliment the building and its surroundings. The Fox Group logo was fret cut in white to stand off slightly from its background with 3 signs in total supplied and fitted.
StagePro had an idea for a word cloud on their largest wall in the building. After spending quite a bit of time moving words around to try and fill gaps, this design was finally good to go. All lettering was matt vinyl cut and fitted to the wall with an overall size of 4 metres wide and 2.5 metres tall. I love it and think it creates a nice feature to inspire all students for years to come.
Cheshire Sandstone have added a beautiful range of Italian porcelain to their ever expanding range of products. From supplied text and images I designed and printed this 24 page brochure printed on 300gsm silk for the cover + gloss lamination with 170gsm silk inner pages.
Why not visit: www.cheshiresandstone.com
This logo was created using a mixture of vector stock photography and the right font choice to meet customer requirements. This method ensured a cost effective logo solution within a set budget.
A logo creation for a friend and part of the idea was making the logo social media friendly so the circle part of the logo fits nicely into a square or circle for apps such as facebook and Instagram.
After recently making a few changes to Taylor Walton’s website after a change of address, Taylor Walton approached us for a website migration away from their current web host. As their website is quite small and outdated on the back end, we came up with a simple solution of rebuilding their website in a new and fresh up-to-date Avada theme. The brief was to keep the same style and design as the previous website which I would say is about 95% the same, plus it now also has the added benefits of being right up to date. The new website is now a lot more future proof should Taylor Walton wish to change or add more features.