Design and illustrate a children's book highlighting the difficult journey a child has when their parent suffers with HG (hyperemesis gravidarum) through out pregnancy.
The book was written by Caitlin Dean who suffered from HG and wants to raise awareness of this condition that may women suffer from when pregnant.
You can purchase the book through Caitlin's Blog.
The Big Lunch aims to get as many people in the UK as possible to have lunch with their neighbours on one day – this year on Sunday June 7. The idea comes from the Eden Project, is funded by BIG Lottery Fund and is partnered by Asda and Halifax.
We worked with the Big Lunch team to move the Big Lunch brand on a year, keeping the existing feel but updating the overall image.
The initial brief was to design a new collage that would then be used across the set of brand literature.
Our idea was based around a continuous circle of big lunches that all fitted around a circular table this showed the different communities all over the country taking part in the annual event.
The circular design allowed different areas to be cropped for separate pieces of literature within the welcome pack.
We also collaborated with Magic Light Pictures to incorporate characters from The Gruffalow, The Gruffalow's Child and Room on the Broom for posters and stickers included in the Big Lunch Welcome Pack.
Create a fun and firery identity and brand design for this new chilli company.
Bad Boy Chilli produce a range of chilli mashes using the finest and hottest chillies available. Based in Lostwithiel, Cornwall, they import chillies from around the world for their existing range.
Having recently been awarded the "Made in Cornwall" accreditation they are slowly attracting a following of chilli lovers far and wide.
Graze and Flavour create exciting taste adventures across Devon, utilising all whats great about Devon and it's gastronomic delights. They offer unique team building events that give you the opportunity to experience what goes on behind the scenes in some of the busiest and best food industries in the county.
We worked closely with Jennie Jarvis (founder) to create a fresh, stylish brand which would appeal to foodies interested in travel and discovering the provenance and journey your food takes.
We worked the final logo into business stationery, post cards and print material.
Take a look at the website
Print design for Lostwithiel Business Group.
Design an old railway style poster to promote Lostwithiel for use on the Lostwithiel Train Station, I based this illustration around the previous ones but gave it an old fashioned look. The poster is now available to buy from www.lostwithiel.org.uk
Create a brochure for the Lostwithiel Business Group, the brochure had to include a brief history of Lostwithiel, contacts for local members and a guide to the town.
The final leaflet was greatly received by the town.
The illustration was used on the cover and banner for the website.
Create a memorable and fresh identity which communicates the charities support for memory illness.
We wanted the identity to be easily remembered, so we used a chuncky graphic shapes to represent the two letter m's and a bright green to make it really fresh and stand out from the page.
The design was well received by the client.
Lovely little books punch way above their weight, they are packed full of fantastic nuggets of information about the county they are written on and would grace any coffee table.
We have worked with the author, Emma Mansfield on Cornwall, Devon, Pasty, Dorset, London and Clays and we have a number of other titles in the pipe line.
The latest in a long line of successful books is The Little Book of Surfing, it was launched last year and was greatly received and endorsed by many of the worlds top surfers.
HotSwell are a new surf fore-casting website company, they wanted a brand that would fit straight into the current surf trends but they also wanted to look established.
The idea was inspired from when an off shore wind hits the face of a wave, not only does it push up the wave, it creates spray, we replaced the spray with the flames which visually translates the company name.
We also created a stand alone typographic logo to be used with or without the ident. This gives more flexibility when applying the brand to printed materials and clothing ranges. We also helped with skinning the website and designing printed material, point of sale and web banners.
For more Information visit HotSwell
Create an eye catching and friendly identity for this Cornish festival of art and culture.
2013 marks the tenth anniversary of Charles Causley's death. Causley was a writer, primarily of poetry. But he was also a dramatist and a very competent musician. Add to this his collection of original artworks, and we see a man with a range of tastes across a variety of art forms. This, the fourth Charles Causley Festival, mirrors the broad passions of a man who was dedicated to his art. We can offer you poetry, literature, art exhibitions, storytelling, ﬁlm and music and much more. There are events for all ages and all tastes. We hope you enjoy the festival and help to establish its growing reputation.
Create a simple and elegant identity and brand design which reflects the organic ethos behind the company.
Lancaster and Cornish are an organic fabric company who firmly believe that the fabrics they use should come from an ethical source and be free from chemicals in the manufacturing process.
We have recently worked closely with Bioflow to design a new magnotherapy sportsband aimed at amateur and professional athletes. Bioflow have been wanting to develop a sports version of their magnetic bracelets for some time and we were very excited to be involved with this exciting project.
Bioflow is one of the world's leading suppliers of magnetic wrist products and a number of leading sports personalities including Lee Westwood (Golf), Geraint Thomas (Cycling) and Stephen Finn (Cricket) are now ambassadors for Bioflow Sport.
Much of Bioflow's success is based on the company's understanding of magnet technology combined with a commitment to continuous product innovation and development.
We have worked closely with Burlerrow Farm for a number of years, updating the farms brand and website.
Create a soft, feminine identity and brand design which communicates the charities support for HG (hyperemesis gravidarum) this much mis-understood condition.
Pregnancy Sickness Support is a registered UK charity working to improve care, treatment and support for women suffering from Nausea and Vomiting in Pregnancy (NVP) and the severe form of the condition; Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG).
They are a small charity and rely heavily on donations and fund-raising from sufferers and the work of volunteers but are growing rapidly thanks to the hard work and dedication of our small team.
To find out more, visit their website.
The Peninsula Learning Trust is a group of schools clustered around St Austell Bay and the surrounding region in beautiful South Cornwall.
The Trust has a discrete geographical area that it works with to ensure that the Directors of the Trust understand the context of each school within the trust and that staff from those schools are close enough to work together collaboratively. The Trust has two simple objectives:
Improve every school to become outstanding through sharing school improvement activity, challenging each other to do even better and offering support.
Help headteachers and governors focus on the progress of children by bringing together centrally all the ‘back office functions’ of the schools and removing this burden from individual school leaders. This generates savings and greater effectiveness but is still a local, responsive service.
We wanted to show a link to the sea because of the geographical position of the Trust, the logo represents different bodies of water all meeting together in a continuous tide, it has a clean modern feel which is simple in shape but more in-depth when looking closer.
For more information please visit their website.
Create a vibrant and friendly identity and brand design for this Cornish Mutual PR Campaign.
Community South West is a campaign run by insurer Cornish Mutual aimed at celebrating and encouraging the wonderful community spirit that exists in the South West making it such a special place to live.
The idea behind the campaign was to enter a local feel good project and collect as many votes as possible, the top three projects from the separate areas would enter the final consisted of the final three with the most votes.
Asquiths are a small restaurant in the heart of Lostwithiel.
Asquiths approached us to create a simple and elegant identity and brand design which communicates the restaurant's flair for simple modern British food.
Asquiths have a growing reputation for the quality of their dishes and have recently won silver for Restaurant of the year by Cornwall Tourism Awards.
For more information please visit their website
The Big Brew is a charity event set up by PSS to in recognition of International Hyperemesis Gravardium Awareness day. A simple idea designed to get sufferers and their friends and family to hold tea parties to highlight the condition and the charities work.
The charity wanted a fun, light hearted logo and matching print work to publicise the event. They were very happy with the outcome.
Caitlin Dean runs a charity called PSS (Pregnancy Sickness Support) for the sufferers of Hyperemesis Gravidarum, HG for short. In her spare time she writes a blog called Spewing Mummy about HG from the perspective of a HG sufferer. We worked together to design a logo for the blog which mainly incorporates useful information for sufferers.
The Brand is mainly for digital purposes.
We designed a Calendar for use when pregnant, broken into Trimesters to give important hints and tips for the pregnancy journey and a certificate that the sufferer can give to the partner who is sometimes forgotten in all the turmoil that the condition brings.
GoTripod create software and online applications that stand out from the crowd. If you're looking for a company to help you design and build web apps and iPhone apps then they're up there with the best.
Revival have worked closely with GoTripod on numerous projects and currently have some exciting projects in the pipeline, watch this space.
Marbel are one of the largest wooden toy companies in the UK, I worked with them to produce the original design of the Marbel catalogue which is still going strong.
The brief was to design a fun solution to give buyers a visual system that explained the workings of each toy, weather it rattled, rolled, stacked or played music.
We used symbols to represent each of the toys functions and packaged the catalogue in a colourful and chunky format which physically represented the products which were displayed inside, it was greatly received by the client and the retail market.
Lostwithiel School approached us to design a fresh new prospectus. This was a very exciting project that needed a fun approach to the final look and feel.
We decided to use the school motto "Learning, Sharing, Achieving, Together" as the way to build the prospectus, and use as a sub brand to run alonside the existing school logo.
Once this prospectus was finalised we used elements of the design to produce the website and stationery.
Create a brand that reflects their passion for farming and being an eco friendly business.
Dunmore Farm is on the outskirts of Lostwithiel, they produce delicious beef and lamb. Theysupply to the local community and beyond. Helping in the preservation of rare and traditional breeds of farm animals and giving them as happy, natural and comfortable lives as possible.
We have been working with the wool company for some time now and developed the original brand, website, packaging, promotional material and photography.
The Business has gone from strength to strength and we have recently re designed the website which will be launched very soon.
We also worked on a new brand for their children's range called The Baby Wool Company.
Identity, web design, print design, packaging and photography.
Create a logo and website design which was fresh and modern, the finalised design was also complimented by a series of illustrations which also had to reflect the feel of the brief.