Brand update, art direction, interior graphics and hand painted signs for new 200 Degrees Coffee Shop and Barista School. (Interior design collaboration with Northern Backdrop)
Design and illustration for First Art's "See Off The Summer Festival" posters and brochures. The design brief was to make the identity of the festival fun and eye catching whilst trying to incorporate some of the many acts which span over the two venues.
Logo design for Blue Forge a recruitment consultancy that aims to treat recruitment more like a craft than a sales business.
Rye is a useful name for a café bar as it’s an ingredient used in many foods and drinks including beer, whisky and bread all sold at this new establishment in Beeston, Nottinghamshire.
A blade of rye grass was incorporated into the 'y' of this logo whilst subtly developing an already existing font. Full communication and identity systems were created including, colour palettes and type layout guides.
Logo and brand look for BeSpoke, an indoor cycle hub which uses professional Wattbikes for training athletes. The 'B' of the logo uses uses elements from a racing bicycle frame and curved handle to create a fitting icon.
Cornichon is the word for little cucumber in French, we subtly added the texture of the little gherkin to logo and brand, modernising the 'French Bistro style' look. Expert gold leaf was added by Matt Mitchell from Bravo Boards (seen here late at night working on the windows).
EeBria, an online market place to find independent alcohol producers in the UK. Complete brand creation and marketing materials.
Isabella's cafe concept, this Spanish cafe took it's name from the queen of Spain and uses a crown shape in the logo icon. The logo shapes can be adapted creatively for advertising and merchandise.
XV was the 15th Annual Nottingham Trent University Photography degree show festival. The unique event showcased a diverse range of contemporary photographic work around the city of Nottingham. All marketing was printed in one colour using embossed papers for the invitations and limited edition posters. The 210 page photography book had an embossed cover.
UK Young artist brand identity design, brand guidelines and initial marketing.
Bespoke packaging design and brochure featuring special spot varnish printing plus a 7" record vinyl design.
Also 'PROPOSITION INVITATION CONSEQUENCE' a specially commissioned chain letter style art piece working with David Eckersley.
Bespoke newspaper designed and produced for an interior design company at the Independent Hotel Show, Olympia, London ( client: @mattshelts )
Print & Paste
Print&Paste was a curated outdoor art space based in central Manchester, every month a new artist is invited to exhibit work on a large 16-sheet board traditionally used by advertisers.
We aimed to support the artist and inspire the public by using the space for freedom of expression, positive social commentary, and the exhibition of original work.
Print & Paste was a collaboration between Micah Purnell, Dave Sedgwick, Nick Chaffe, Jim Ralley, and Daniel Jones.
Café Sobar was in need of a brand re-construction on a budget. We re-positioned the establishments offer to highlighted the café's great drinks and sandwiches within the graphics. Most of the venue had already received a heavy interior design application, our job was to strip back what we could and use the main colour palette and logo in a more contemporary way.
Uneven Geographies - art and globalisation.
Identity, invitation and exhibition graphic design for the show at Nottingham Contemporary.
Identity and brochure designed and produced for Nottingham Train Station.
Identity design for e-learning consultant Mark Jasper.
Foucault Reader designed for The Impossible Prison exhibition which was the final instalment of Histories of the Present by Nottingham Contemporary.
Foucault, in a communiqué on behalf of Group d’Information sur les Prisons wrote that “prison these days begins long before the prison gates”.
Branding for Greens bar and restaurant at the famous Ring of Kerry Golf Club in Ireland. The simple idea of using the full stop as a golf ball made this branding highly effective and versatile throughout the graphic material. Interior design: Northern Backdrop (photos by Derek Hillier)