Designed by Marque | Country: United States

“Nemaworkshop is a team of architects, designers and thinkers who create spaces which are conceptually innovative and highly sensitive to cultural and social contexts. Marque were asked to produce a bold, crisp identity that was in keeping with the studio’s ethos while being aware of their location in New York’s Lower East Side. The studio’s website reinforces this bold identity and was built using an adaptation of the ‘Cargo’ content management system.”



Designed by B&W | Country: United Kingdom

Seven is a recruitment partner for national and international organisations helping them source the best people for their key positions.


Wild Olive

Designed by Stitch | Country: United States

“A budget friendly identity system was developed for this Cucina Italiana using printed tape that can be applied to almost anything.”


Francisco van Benthem

Designed by Mainstudio | Country: The Netherlands

“Francisco van Benthem is a Dutch Fashion Designer. Francisco van Benthum uses traditional men’s tailoring and inspiration from different male archetypes. He then plays with proportion, silhouette, and fabrics. The rosettes are a metaphor for these different archetypes.”


Debbie Teale

Designed by Brogen Averill | Country: New Zealand

“Identity for Debbie Teale – Strategic Comms/Corporate Comms/Human Resources/Investor Relations.”



Designed by The Consult | Country: United Kingdom

“HandiHikes is a new series of contemporary walking guides which were the brainchild of outdoor enthusiasts Andy Lowe and Kate Foley. The pair identified a gap in the market for a top quality, waterproof and compact walking guide which would appeal to first-time and occasional walkers. They wanted to produce a pocket-sized product, without sacrificing the quality of the map and the guided routes.

Kate and Andy asked us to design the brand identity and help to develop the overall look of the products. So, whilst they pounded the hills of the Lake District all summer long finalizing the routes, we have been working hard to create a crisp, clean and stylish look and feel for the guides and ironing out all the design challenges that will ensure the maps perform brilliantly and look great.”


Stack Architects

Designed by The Consult | Country: United Kingdom

“Leeds based architect Robert Bumby heads up a dynamic practice working with clients ranging from the NHS, through to small independent charities. Having previously developed online branding for Rob’s previous company, we were in the prefect position to understand his company’s offering.

They were looking for a fresh brand identity that would reflect its craft and, being a new organisation, they also required name generation.

With a nod towards most people’s earliest experience of architecture – building blocks – The Consult developed the name ‘Stack’. A crafted typographical treatment was established alongside a stacked logotype and solid icon, forming a unique graphical look to the identity.

“The Consult have proved yet again that they know what works for the construction and built environment sector. I am delighted with the branding, the modernity of the look fits perfectly with our business and the naming is a stroke of pure genius.”


The Mohawk Show

Designed by The Hungry Workshop | Country: Australia

“The Mohawk Show is one of a few events that sets a standard within the graphic design community. We knew designers would be attending the show to admire and be inspired by the work, and Raleigh wanted us to create something tangible that these attendees could take away with them. They would already be walking away inspired, so how could we support that?

We created a letterpress printed sketchbook, a place to store their ideas. The back cover has a stylised bow, the front has a set of arrows, with the words ‘Aim True’: a simple reminder to stay inspired and to achieve their targets, whatever these targets may be…”

Check out this video documenting the entire process.


Wescott Williams

Designed by The Consult | Country: United Kingdom

“Wescott Williams is the preferred organisational and people development consultancy for many of the UK’s most respected organisations.

Previously trading as W2, the organisation’s brand looked tired and did not reflect their professionalism or personality.

The Consult developed an iconic mark for Wescott Williams supported by printed collateral in deep grey with a metallic silver.

The website was designed to streamline their service offering and showcase case studies for companies such as Zurich, AOL and Acteon.

Wescott Williams’ MD, Colin Williams says: “I cannot tell you the impact that the new brand has made. Our look now matches our offer and that has directly influenced the confidence of the whole team. I was hopeful that our customers would respond positively, but I have been genuinely shocked by the strength of feeling behind some of their feedback.”

Our rebrand of the company helped open new doors for Wescott Williams and recently they were awarded a major contract to deliver leadership and development training to Lloyds Banking Group.”


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