Month: July 2014

A new brand for Love Life Ladies’ Bootcamp

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This project was to create a new logo for the Love Life Ladies’ Bootcamp run by the amazing Vicky Martin in Stroud, Gloucestershire. This is not your average weekly aerobics class down the gym, what Vicky offers is a program that challenges you physically and looks after you emotionally, supporting clients to lose weight and get fit in a positive, upbeat and inspiring way. So it was important that the new branding reflected this, with a vibrant pink […]

An experiment with neon for a music venue

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This was a draft of a poster for a live music night at a venue in Battersea, London. In the end the project didn’t happen so I never finished the design, but it was fun to put together. I based the concept on the venue itself, a space called Testbed1, an arts ‘space with no agenda’. I recreated the texture of the raw brick wall with peeling paint as the background, then added bright coloured strips […]

A wedding invitation

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My older sister, Sarah, got married in June, and asked me to design the invitations. For this summer wedding we chose a vintagey garden fête look and some jaunty old fonts combined with a modern sans-serif one. The coral red and grass green colours seemed perfect for summertime and the whole thing made it clear some fun was about to be had (and indeed it was). We printed the invitations at home on clean white […]