Some of our favourite logo designs of the year... so far
If there's one thing I love, it's the satisfaction of seeing our work out in the wild. Perhaps it's seeing the branding we created featured on the exterior of a clients' building, on their staff uniforms or just being used brilliantly online.
Usually, it's the logo which gets the most attention as it's that which forms the centrepiece of a brand's identity, and so today I'm reflecting upon some of our favourite logo designs from the past few months.
This logo design for Serenity Therapies formed a gorgeous new brand identity, created to celebrate owner Victoria's first two years of ownership of the business. I adore this logo; it's warm, inviting and oh-so stylish
Sticking with the beauty theme, this logo is for aesthetic doctor Sophie Shotter, and her business Illuminate Skin Clinics. Sophie approached Ditto before Illuminate even had its name, and I'm so proud of everything Sophie has achieved since she launched her business. I've actually lost count of how many awards she's won...
The logo design we created for Stuart McMahon was certainly a stand-out project from last year. It's not every day that your work gets featured in a bestselling branding book, but this project got us there!
...and it was having seen the fleet of Tree Craft trucks bearing their new livery and branding that prompted Stuart McMahon to seek us out and hire us! Tree Craft's logo remains one of my favourites and I still get a tingle when I see their vans out on the road or the guys wearing our work on their backs.
Corporate brands can present more of a challenge to inject life into, but Hiddleston Trade Marks was the exception to that rule. Mark Hiddleston's energetic and personable approach to business made this project an absolute pleasure.
Probably one of the most hotly anticipated arrivals to Sevenoaks this year, the gorgeous new logo and brand identity we created for Danielle Rumbelow of Eat N Mess has easily won us the most new enquiries of late. Whether it's printed in gold onto embellished business cards, or used in monochrome on banners, this logo can do no wrong. It's just. That. Good.
The nostalgic and characterful brand identity we created for the Zed Music Cafe will always have a proud spot in our portfolio. It's recently proven its strength, as business owner Zoe Ashfield has branched out to launch Zed Music Distribution using the same core brand elements as the main cafe branding. And it works brilliantly! What a versatile logo this one has proved to be.
Our most recently launched brand identity is for Dandylion - a brand bursting with spirit and personality. Whilst the business is still in it's infancy (we've been match-making Francesca with some of our most valued business contacts to help her get off the ground), the initial feedback has been incredible and we can't wait to see where this brand goes. Big thanks to Produced in Kent for the introduction.
I've several more brand reveals planned for the coming few days, so keep your eyes peeled for more gorgeous work!