Thursday, 22 August 2013

Fife Society for the Blind

Once the new logos were in place for Fife Society for the Blind, the rest of the marketing materials had to be designed. The colour palette was based around the two colours of the logo. I added three more colours to add interest but always bearing in mind the contrast.

When it came to the banners for the three strands of the charity I decided to distinguish them by colour. The three main colours were allocated to the different strands but everything else about the banners looked identical.

Thursday, 15 August 2013

Introducing...Penelopi the Elephant

Fife Society for the Blind asked me to create an illustration for use on some  promotional materials as part of their rebrand. The inspiration for the elephant was an old collecting can they had which featured a pink elephant.

As the illustration was going to be printed on a tie and a scarf it had to be really simple but also include that all important striped t-shirt.

So here she is, the new charity mascot for Fife Society for the Blind.

 Look out for sightings of Penelopi if you're out and about around Fife!

Thursday, 1 August 2013

more academia

You may remember the academic poster I did a few years ago and you may be interested to know it's my most searched for post. It's a skill in itself representing large quantities of information in a visually appealing way.

After receiving many compliments about my hot air balloon poster I stuck to the same format when I was asked to design another one. This time the subject was volunteering and looked at urban and rural differences in participation.

The image of a plant poking through concrete represents both the urban and rural localities referenced in the paper.

If you're an academic or know any academics looking for a poster for a conference please get in touch to see if I can help.