Whilst building my brand, I’ve had the opportunity to collaborate with numerous creators on their brands and others. We have developed pieces which have pushed us all out of our comfort zone and challenged us in different ways. Although all projects contained an element of branding, they also required much more detail and knowledge on external fields such as marketing.
Whilst building my brand, I’ve had the opportunity to collaborate with numerous creators on a wide variety of projects. All projects contain an element of branding or typography alongside the design layout of the piece. This is a growing part of my portfolio and something which I look to do more of.
Logo design for a book publishing company, accompanied with a book cover design based on a fictitious story. This little project was a collaboration between myself and a creative writer who helped come up with the basis of the story, which aided the book cover design. The genre of the story was mystery and romance, so the book cover design illustrated that through the gritty and gloomy colours used. In contrast, the logo was quite the opposite as it was a mix of warm and tropical tones. The intention behind the logo design was to have it as a stand alone piece and one which is universal to any story and genre.
Logo design for a publishing company that focuses in the areas of photography, travel and landmarks - specifically lighthouses. The project is accompanied with a double page spread design advertising a location that the publication material specialises in. This project was a collaboration between myself and a photographer who provided the image used. The logo design itself is simple with a combination of only two elements, housed together with colours reminiscent to ones in the image used.
Logo design for a home bakery. The logo was created in collaboration with a friend who makes a variety of cakes and other made-to-order sweet treats at home and wanted the logo to be part of a small project she was working on, relating to her brand and products. The design and typography have very soft elements that work well with each other and the colours used in this example, best show how the hollow sections of the logo can blend in with the back colours without getting lost.