Another new start up company that needed a Corporate ID


Brew Lite Logo

Brew-Lite are a small local start up company specialising in a bespoke range of coffee beans served in branded take-away cups. We were commissioned to come up with a logo that included instant coffee cups and the colour light blue.


Monolith Logo

Monolith are a large UK company that supply approx 6,000 food and drink items from many Eastern European Countries into the UK market, we were commissioned to create a new campaign for POS items to promote the brand in local convenience UK stores, shown here are just some… Read More

Life Outdoors

We were commissioned to design and produce a range of items for a new launch for LO to present to their new clients – this consisted of a Landscape Brochure, Presentation Folder, Contract, Letterheads and a collection of Data Sheets to be included in the presentation folder.

F G Pierce & Sons

Small project for F G Pierce & Sons (Highland Cottage Farm) – produce, design and print labels for honey for use in farm shops across the Kent and Surrey areas

GreatRex Carpentry

Logo design for a start up carpentry company – the client had a fairly tight brief in that he knew the colour scheme they wanted as well as being based on ‘GC’ – GreatRex Carpentry, four designs were submitted and the client selected one to use on his… Read More

Crown Leadwork

Another new start up company – Crown Leadwork are a bespoke Leadwork company working on very high end, high profile building and heritage sites in the South of England. We produced a distinctive logo based on the company name. We built a website that allowed then to show… Read More

Miles Fabrication

A new start up company – Miles Welding & Fabrication required a start up package: Logo Design; Stationery; Bespoke Email and Website (under construction). Four alternative designs were produced based on the clients brief, one of which was he wanted the logo to be Black and White.


A unique project – the client wanted a bottle label design that echoed the Old Wild West ‘Snake Oil’ style, but also included Egyptian elements. The final label was produced as short run self adhesive labels for use in a test run before going into large scale production.