To create a stronger, modern presence, Wyvern Cargo's brand needed both redesigning and simplifying - with the ability to work on anything from a pen to the side of a lorry.
The one thing that unifies most orchestras and choirs is the conductor. This thought led to the text being underscored by a baton-like line, together with a curved flourish to add movement.
Commissioned via a national insurance company, the logo depicts a plane traveling round the clock. The clock curve was eventually squashed to keep the logo more compact.
This simple logo originates from the tile spacers used in tiling. It also acts as a plus symbol, hinting at lots of additional services, bringing together Rutland and the Tile Gallery words and finally, giving an overall positive feel.
As craftsmen in the care and repair of historic building, HBC needed an identity that reflected their expertise with traditional materials, whilst adding a degree of modernity. A traditional ballflower was chosen as it encompassed the elements of skill (carving) and care (petals).
IPS consolidates landlord's numerous property insurance dates into just one per year. This led to the use of rooftop shapes forming arrowheads, all pointing inwards to one place and time.
Physio Scope offers a high quality physiotherapy service designed to help you regain full movement, ease your pain and get you fit through the use of physiotherapy with acupuncture. Consequently the brief required the elements of the human form, movement and a hint at oriental style (hence the brush-stroked figure).
Simple shapes were used to communicate the construction of architectural models, the perspective helping with the aspect of shape and scale.
The brief was to create an identity tha communicated both the piano and the aspirations of the event. This led to the use of piano keys forming a star, giving both movement and an international feel.
Recognising the stars within your workforce was the thought behind this internally used logo for London Probation Trust.
A simple logo linking the two words was all that was needed for this scheme, giving the ability to use it with and without the adjoining text.
The Windmill House Trust provides grants through educational organisations in the vicinity of Uppingham, to support cultural activities that involve children from the ages of 3 to 12 years.