Brand & Logo Design

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  • The events arm of Big Cat Group – the design was informed by British industry,
    particularly Victorian train stations and Isambard Kingdom Brunel. This isn't the
    logo they went for, but I think it works better than the version chosen.
  • Name and logo concept for a London-based coffee shop that also sells vintage clothing.
    The ampersand is loosely based on a steaming coffee cup – the dotted line is the thread.
  • A blog about food made, sold and eaten in Shropshire.
    www.shropshirefoodblog.wordpress.com
  • The band Me vs Monday needed an iconic symbol that could establish themselves as
    serious artists in the music scene. The brand included a custom generated typeface.
  • SportBookings is a website enabling users to book gym classes, courts and 5-a-side pitches.

    Created in-house at Class Creative. www.class-creative.com
  • OverBright is a strategic provider of infrastructure,security and cloud computing services.
    Rebranding from Assist UK, the simple type-based logo accompanies visual brand elements
    inspired by cloud technology and virtualisation. See project here.

    Created in-house at Class Creative. www.class-creative.com
  • Brum Notes is a free magazine distributed around Birmingham. The bull, an iconic
    symbol of the city was used to assert authority and allows for flexible positioning.
  • Logo concept for a series of events run by security company SmartWater. They offer
    a security device which sprays intruders in liquid that glows green under UV light.
  • Event space in Custard Factory, Birmingham. The marque is taken from one of
    the Victorian building’s huge leaded windows, conveniently shaped like an O.
  • Following a new musical direction, Me vs Monday changed to The Breaking Ties
    and required a new logo fitting with their new darker, mature sound.
  • Before the name change to Makeful, Doskupios is my design, art and clothing brand. The marque is based on blunted pencil tips pointing outwards in various directions to reflect the multidisciplined approach to my work.