After a few years in business as a qualified arboriculturist, Ben wanted his refreshed logo to demonstrate the care he takes whilst working, both physically; creating a safe environment but also protecting trees and hedges, reducing damage and ensuring longevity of remaining work.
The result: Retaining the leafy tree icon ensured that Ben's existing customers would continue to recognise the business. However, by now utilising the negative space the caring hands cradle the tree.
A new dash of colour and an updated font brings a modern, striking look to the new logo.
Lyndsey Anne Photography
Freelance photographer capturing beautiful
Graphic design _ Branding
The handwritten font projects the friendly, informal and personal service that Lyndsey offers. The marque also needed to work for multiple photographic disciplines;
from capturing cherished moments of families and life outdoors to food photography.
The colours are calming and natural.
Inspired by Lyndseys outdoor projects as well as
So, with ideas about working outside, and light – both natural and from a technical point of view. The shapes form a ‘shutter’, which is obviously relevant to the field.
Art Editor – A.T.Graphics
Art editor on a number of top magazine titles ranging from farming, gardening and wildlife, to cooking and period home interiors.
Graphic designer/ Account Handler
Web-based printing company, taking projects from concept right through to the printed article.
Graphic designer/ Pre-press Artwork
Starting out in prepress, I picked up excellent mac and production skills. I am highly competent in the usual software applications; photoshop, illustrator and Indesign.
First Class BA(HONS) degree in Graphic Design
• Awarded membership of the International Society of Typographic Designers (MISTD, 2002-2006) with a merit based on editorial design.