Mrs B’s Bakery wanted a name change and so needed a new logo to go with it. Working with AVIDD, the Wilderness Bakehouse logo was developed to bring the brands values to life. Local, organic, seasonal and ethical were the key words, values which we share and appreciate. The new logo creates the image of one of their cakes crafted from wild flowers, giving it a bohemian feel with a contemporary edge.
We develop branding starting from scratch for exciting start up’s creating a brand that can make an impact in the marketplace.
We will be as passionate about that brand as you are as we collaborate to bring your ideas to life. We also can help changing or updating brands giving them a new relevance in an ever changing world, re-connecting you with your consumers like never before.
We were asked to rebrand creative florist Shrinking Violet. We created the main logo as an explosion of colour and working with florists Nicky and Lorraine, we endeavoured to evolve an accurate floral display representation indicative of their unique style. The word mark – created in collaboration with local calligrapher Helen Cox – can be used in isolation where a more simple logo is required.
A local dentist approached us looking to refresh the practice branding. As it also performed cosmetic surgery, a logo was needed to cover all services. A simple design was evolved – a swoosh below the word mark to represent the smile of a happy customer, happy with their beautiful teeth, happy with the service, happy with their cosmetic procedure.
We were contacted by the Stamford Kitchen Company, formerly Banks and Banks, to establish a new website to highlight their distinctive kitchen designs. As part of that process and after a name change, we generated a new logo to set the brand apart. The client loved the idea of an icon, so an ‘S’ was developed to form a stylised kitchen cabinet. The logo was applied to various items including the new Stamford Kitchen Company website which is launching shortly.
Rebrand for Creative Florist Shrinking Violet. We created the the main logo as an explosion of colour, and working with the florists Nicky & Lorraine we stove to create an accurate representation of a floral display that was indicative of their unique style. The word mark, created in collaboration with local Calligrapher Helen Cox can be used in isolation, where a more simple logo is required.
We were asked to develop a brand identity for Deiss, a product engineering and design service to the Automotive. Aerospace, Medical and precision engineering business sectors. The logo, a graphic representation of the engineering process was then applied to various elements to raise the profile of the business.