Maya’s Closet is a fashion portal, supplying discerning fashionistas in the UK and internationally with contemporary garments and accessories with a modern middle Eastern twist. We were tasked with created a brand identity to appeal to their customer base, have an edge, and most importantly be unique. We designed the typography from scratch and a ‘clover-leaf love heart’ emblem that appears on all communication and is the individual face of their Fulham shop.
This client is an engineering consultancy specialising in rotating equipment (pumps and motors to you and me!). They also provide business consultancy to help businesses in this industry sector get back on track and find efficiencies. The logo reflects this – with the rotating elements in electric blue – gravitating around a central core.
This is a new and dynamic recruitment consultancy that focusses on service to the individual as well as the employers. By ensuring they really ‘know’ the candidate, and only put them forward for completely suitable positions, then everyone is happy! The tagline talks to this feeling of personal success and being treated as special.
This client is an international firm of business consultants specialising in the telecommunications arena. They wanted a serious but not heavy identity. Corporate blue combined with a bespoke typography was our response. Simple, elegant, business-like, un fussy.
This is a corporate sales training consultancy. We firstly coined the name based on the notion of accelerated training and profits. Luckily we were able to secure the domain as a dotcom too! The logo icon is a representation of growth as shown on a line graph.
This brand of salons and hair care products was inspired by founder Maria Dowling who is the premier colourist in the region. We were tasked with creating a brand look that would stand out against the competition and which could easily be applied to a wide range of products as well as to environmental branding.
This waterfront building was designed to have a huge hole in the middle – like a square Polo mint – to give more apartments a view of the water. This iconic design was an obvious choice for the logo. We also created a self adhesive transparent resin to fit over the logo on the brochure – a sort of fluid emboss.
The Vantage is a prestigious property development in the proposed ‘Waterfront’ master development in Dubai. The client wanted a name and identity that reflected the refined luxurious nature of this high rise building, in a prime spot. We created a colour palette and texture device for use on collateral as well as inside the building.
The name of this developer and their first building stemmed from a Japanese term meaning ‘general wellbeing’. We wanted to refer to this theme with the ‘rising sun’ red dot over the ‘i’. The logo emulated the simplicity in the term and was printed on a silver chrome foil with embossing. This foil theme was carried on through the brochure.
In the brief for the London property development we picked up on the ‘juliet’ balconies, and followed that on to name the development Capulet Square. In keeping with the tudor references we created a woodcut C for the icon.
This is an interior design company. The name ‘itd’ is what appears on plans, signifying interior design. We wanted to create an interior and exterior space by opening up the itd room!
We were asked by a Canadian supermarket chain to develop an in-house toiletries brand called Balea. We created the logo, packaging, press advertising and in-store communication.