Tag Archives: typography

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Wedding photographer logo design, with bright pastels + bold lettering


Brighton-based wedding photographer Sara Reeve wanted a bold and colourful re-brand for her business, combining a love of outdoors with an energetic, playful edge. There was lots to love on this project, with a wide brief and lots of scope to have fun with colours, shapes and textures. The final branding incorporated a bold, brushed calligraphy […]

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Mint + Gold hand-lettered logo design with custom wordpress theme


Bridal Makeup specialist Tara got in touch wanting a fresh new logo and website for her makeup design business. She was after something contemporary and fresh, that reflected both her personality and that of her clients. Working with a makeup-inspired palette of mint green, ink-wash textures, glitter, hand-lettered typography and hot pink details, the final branding […]

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Font Friday: “Spirited” – a set of 3 hand-made fonts


The ‘Spirited’ type family is an all-new set of 3 hand-made fonts from the pen of the highly talented, UK-based Set Sail Studios. With a distinctive retro-friendly style, this font set is spot on for anyone looking to creating hand-lettered quotes, logos, or printed designs with a rustic, personal touch. The full set consists of […]

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Logo & Branding: Georgina Harrison Photography


Some new branding work to share with you on the blog today, with a logo and brand overhaul for Yorkshire-based photographer Georgina Harrison… Georgina got in touch looking for an update to her logo, as she didn’t feel her previous branding quite reflected her brand and aesthetic of her business. When working with longer names it can often be […]

Swash and Fold Summertime round-up


It may have been a bit quiet on the blog over the past few weeks, but that doesn’t mean things haven’t been all go, with on-the-day stationery for weddings, brochures, invitations and all sorts of other printed bits and pieces. There’s been plenty of web-based activity too, but that’s for another post. In the meantime […]