Kingsmead is a Crest Nicholson, new build development in Faversham, Kent. Consisting of 190 new homes. We were tasked with branding the development before moving onto the development brochure & other supporting marketing material.
St john’s mead
St John’s Mead is a Crest Nicholson, new build development in Elmswell, Suffolk. Consisting of 250 new homes. We were tasked with branding the development before moving onto the development brochure & other supporting marketing material.
Theydon Meadows is a joint venture development between Biminster Homes & William Thompson Homes, in Theydon Mount, Essex. Consisting of just 9 new homes. We were tasked with branding the development before moving onto the development brochure & other supporting marketing material.
Crest Nicholson decided to separately brand one of the blocks of apartments within the Spectrum development. This brand is the result of that decision. The brief was for a smart, minimalist, upmarket look and feel.
The client requested a logo for a new company that deals with commercial property management. They requested a strong corporate feel with a contemporary look. We completed the branding with business cards & headed paper.
Trying to avoid the obvious & cliché we set about presenting a unique visual representation of the angel wings to set the brand apart and create that ‘impactful’ first impression to potential clients.
Spectrum is a Crest Nicholson, new build development in Southborough, Kent. Consisting of 66 new 1 & 2 bedroom apartments. Our brief was to produce branding that appealed to young professional couples. The client wanted a colourful, yet tasteful branding which could be used across all elements of marketing material.
thompson’s on tour
This was a fun logo project, whilst a personal project for their summer road trip across Canada. The brief was to create a t-shirt design for both the men & ladies in the group. We created an illustrative ‘logo’ that embodied the trip they were on.
the mindful touch
Our brief was to create an identity for a company that specialised in equestrian rehabilitation and livery. The identity created used natural, sympathetic colours that evoked calm and caring emotions. The integration of the horse within the typography gave a visual description of the business as the company name does not describe business services directly.
We were tasked with creating a modern, clean brand for a company called payvargo. The brief was simple and the client was happy with the end result.
A group brand incorporating GBN Services, Self Storage & Logistics. We had to create a new brand identity that worked across all services and keeps the brand strong and visually distinctive whatever the service.
Whilst at first glance this looks like a simple typographic logo, if you look closely, the shape of the actual product is reversed out of the first 2 letters of the name. Which the client appreciated and chose over the other provided concepts for this brief.