Brand Identity

Newsletter template design, imagery for social media, social media and blog management.
Logo design created for alternative rock band Target : Renegades.  Text was hand-written and was chosen to reflect their new look as debuted by their second album (also designed by Urban Reiver).
Newsletter design created for creative, educational organisation "Knitting For All".  Design includes some custom photography and campaign was built, linked and sent by Urban Reiver.
 
Social media campaigns created for "Knitting For All".  Photography, design and post content by Urban Reiver.
 
Design of 2 logos for Wester Ross Woodwork.  These were inspired by the shape of the cross section of a boat - this was relevant to the business, as the showroom and workshop were situated on a harbour.  Further work included the design and print of custom signage for the company's van, workshop and finally business cards.
Design of 2 logos for Wester Ross Woodwork.  These were inspired by the shape of the cross section of a boat - this was relevant to the business, as the showroom and workshop were situated on a harbour.  Further work included the design and print of custom signage for the company's van, workshop and finally business cards.
Design of 2 logos for Wester Ross Woodwork.  These were inspired by the shape of the cross section of a boat - this was relevant to the business, as the showroom and workshop were situated on a harbour.  Further work included the design and print of custom signage for the company's van, workshop and finally business cards.
Custom portrait illustrations and office scenes created for Russian Events Management organisation, the SCC Group.  A total of 25 original illustrations were created for the company.
Logo design for new brand concept, Chloe May.  As a cosmetic retailer of different brands, it had to represent make up as a whole - the text was to look fluid, like it was drawn with liquid eyeliner.  The colour palette chosen for the face would help to inform the brand website and marketing material, whilst the text could be used with or without the face image.  Face illustration and lettering were drawn by hand before being converted into scalable vectors.