Tag Archives: type

Logo Design: Paul Fuller Photography

Some client work on the blog today with a sans-serif, type-based logo design for Kent-based photographer Paul Fuller With any new creative venture, it can take a little time to discover and establish a style you feel represents you. Paul Fuller got in touch having decided the logo he currently had no longer complemented the […]

Logo Design: Big Bouquet

Another logo tease today, with a look at the new branding for Swash and Fold’s sister company Big Bouquet Photography Sometimes the hardest clients to satisfy are yourselves. Big Bouquet is the wedding photography company I work on with my wife Emma, from which Swash and Fold was borne. After a few years with the […]

Everything starts with an A (except business cards)

Some information just refuses to lodge in the brain, however often you use it… I still for example find myself having to look up “A” sizes pretty much every time, so in an attempt to encourage the pesky things to take up a more permanent residence in my brain I made myself a little aide-mémoire […]

Logo Design: The Album Mill

A bit of a sneaky tease on the logo front here, with a quick peek at the branding for the soon-to-launch The Album Mill, a new site that’s sure to be of interest to any photographers out there. The team still have lots of work to do before the site launches, but if you’re a […]

Logo Design: Monty’s Vintage Shop

Another mini post for you today, with a quick look at the logo work I’ve just completed for Monty’s Vintage Shop, purveyors of period home paraphernalia and vintage one-off pieces. Monty’s are busy at the moment getting geared up for the festive season, but I’m sure they’d welcome a hello on their Facebook page. Alternatively, […]