The brief was to create something typography led and fully bespoke, taking inspiration from retro movie title screens and adding a modern twist. The result was a stylish looking logo that I thoroughly enjoyed putting together and am proud to include in my portfolio.
Kirsty went on to add a neat bit of animation and incorporate the new logo into an awesome looking website design, which was unveiled at the Shropgeek mini conference last week.
More information about the new branding and website launch can be seen over on the Shropgeek blog here – www.shropgeek.co.uk/new-brand-and-website-for-shropgeek
To see more logo designs, lettering and visual branding from my ‘folio, view my logo design gallery over on Behance.