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Record Labels Logos

Personal project which consists in the redesign of the logos of some of the most famous record labels following the typical style of sports clubs’ badges from the USA.
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Bridal Atelier

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Bridal Atelier is a unique bridal showroom nestled close to the shores of Loch Lomond. Christine and Bernadette set it up leaving behind their prior positions willing to spend their time in what they really love. Their passion for the project was contagious.   They requested a contemporary and smart brand identity to be developed. The only mandatory element was the inclusion of Loch Lomond in any way, as it was the main value proposition.   The solution provided includes an elegant sans-serif typeface and a symbol that represents a thistle (Scotland’s national flower) and an engagement ring. The project was complemented with business cards and exterior signage.
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Room Nine

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Room Nine is a beauty salon placed in the periphery of Glasgow. Angela, its owner, decided to refurbish it and re-launch the brand in order to stand out from the competition. She was planning to attract high-end customers. Therefore, Room Nine’s value proposition wasn’t about the range of services or the price of them but about making each client’s visit both memorable and enjoyable.   The brand required an update in its visual identity to represent this new positioning. Influenced by Chanel, Angela’s favorite fashion brand, a sophisticated and modern symbol was developed. It represents Room Nine’s initials (R and 9) inside a squared shape figure that stands for the relaxed and comfortable atmosphere of the salon. Along with the symbol, a contemporary and elegant font was chosen for the logotype and gold, white and black became the brand main colors. A pattern with a touch of French chic was created as well to be used in stationery designs.   The project was completed with the design of gift vouchers, loyalty cards and a WordPress site that you can visit here.
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Glenfruin Development Company

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Glenfruin Development Company takes its name from The Battle of Glen Fruin, an historic event in Scotland that put the Clan Gregor and the Clan Colquhoun face to face. Gary McGregor, its founder, is proud of his familiar heritage and when setting the company up he had no doubt in naming it after this milestone in Scottish history. I was approached by Gary with the task of creating a brand identity, stationery and a website for the company. After a research on the topic, I found out that Clan Gregor’s heraldic crest was a lion’s head and that its tartan colors were red, black and green. Therefore, the solution I provided for the brand identity was a modern reinterpretation of their crest. I drew up a lion’s head, rendered in the form of a digital icon. The brand colors stayed the same as the clan’s but replacing green for white. As a stationery design element I decided to use topographical maps in order to reflect the importance of the geography both in the famous battle and in the construction industry. To complete the job, a one-page site was built using WordPress. You can visit it here. This is one of […]
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Brandmarks

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Some brand logotypes and symbols I have created within the last two years.
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