Working both freelance and for Superfly Marketing, I have worked with a range of different clients. From coffee shops to serviced accommodation, clothing ranges to takeaways. It is always exciting to work with new clients, to learn about their business and to see your own work being to promote and identify them. Knowing you was the designer behind the identity of that company is something I still cannot get use to. If you would like a logo design for you new business or a re-brand for your existing company, then get in touch!
The Brew Bar is located inside the new to 2017 Princes Avenue, Caffe Gelato in Hull.
It was my job to create a logo for the coffee bar inside the icecream parlour including the design of their menus and loyalty cards. They wanted a modern feel that linked well with HU5 and the surrounding avenues.
They wanted a fun yet stylish design that not only showed a clear representation of coffee but something that was also suitable for a young audience due to the area being central for student living.
The logo design was then printed onto a white tiled wall within the Ice Cream Parlor, the pottery cups and it was also stamped onto the take out cups for every order.
Jamie Hodgson is a Painter and Decorator from Bridlington.
He came to me looking for a new logo that not only clearly stated what it is he does but he also wanted to add a personal touch to the design resulting in two new logos being formed.
We came up with a logo based around Jamies initials including PD for Painter and Decorator and then also we formed a more of a personal logo in the style of a signature.
These logos were not only used for his social media and website, but he also got them printed on his van, front rear and sides to really show off his business and the work that he does.
Ink Mail is currently still under development but will be launching in the near future as an app for tattooists and their clients built by Mark Bucknell.
Without giving too much away, it is planned to take the stress away from designing, booking and paying for a tattoo and with tattoo’s playing a main role within Keyley Graham Designs, this was a design I really enjoyed.
Mark really gave me the creative freedom to basically ‘do what I wanted’ with the design so I wanted to create something new and modern but still including those iconic tattoo elements.