Earlier this year I had the pleasure of creating the graphics for Cheery Plan – a new Daily Planner app to help you prioritise the most important tasks for the day.
The Rusty Alexander is a neat new project, headed up by artist Rustbucket Workshop, in which an old Leyland Olympus Alexander Double Decker Bus is being converted into a travelling art gallery and trove of curiosities. I fell in love with the idea as soon as I heard about it, so was stoked to be asked to design a logo for the project.
I’m pleased to share my latest custom lettering and logo design project with you all, commissioned by Kirsty Burgoine and the good folks over at Shropgeek, for their new brand and website launch.
I (finally) got round to updating my logo over the weekend.
I wanted to create something more unique and authentic by moving away from using a font and using some of my own scrawly handwriting instead.