Branding and Graphic Design
Design is one of our favourite services and we get great satisfaction out of bringing our design wow to logos, print, websites, social media and everything in between.
We work with various designers and believe in the power of good design. If your business needs a new face, or an eye catching poster. Book a quick chat with us and we will get cracking.
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Case Study: Rania Kurdi
LOGO AND BRANDING
Rania Kurdi is a Confidence Coach, Actress and Podcast Host and she came to At Large to redefine her logo and brand identity. As someone who is dynamic both professionally and personally and wanted her new brand identity to that reflected that.
We worked closely with Rania on a new logo with three variants, as well as various extra design assets that she is now implementing across her business.
CASE STUDY: ART WALK POSTERS
POSTER AND FLYER DESIGN
Art Eat are an arts organisation and they produce an array of wonderful vibrant events and community projects in the Suffolk area. We recently designed a poster for a series of 5 world music concerts which took place in Ipswich.
The result was a bright and sophisticated poster design which contained clear information and advertised the concerts to the public.
Case Study: Bonny Williams
LOGO AND BRANDING
Bonny Williams is a Marketing Strategist and Coach who works with ethical businesses that effect positive change. She wanted a logo and brand identity that reflected her personality and values in order to attract the right calibre of clients to her business.
We settled on a logo inspired by a mandala that resonated with Bonny, her aesthetic and her audience and provided her with a toolkit of elements that she can use to promote her business.
Art Walk Ipswich
WALKING MAP & FLYER
Here at At Large we really enjoy unusual briefs and quirky projects and we very much enjoyed getting our design heads around the development of a walking map to guide visitors around the Art Walk Ipswich 21.
The flyer included a list of venues, a list of exhibiting artists, concert listings, information about the project, the sponsors, and a list of local wellbeing organisations. There sure was a lot to fit in, but we managed it and we received great feedback on the design work.
The Secret Art Society
The Secret Art Society came to us to bring to life the idea of an old school society, with their fabulous plans to make a membership organisation delivering curious art exhibitions, events and their own art fair, The Secret Art Fair.
They wanted something sophisticated, elegant, classical with a modern twist. Something that spoke of art, curiousity and exclusivity.
Case Study: Art Eat Events
LOGO AND BRAND DESIGN
We lead the branding of Art Eat Events new logo and we enjoyed the process. This client was looking for something that represented their work in arts and food. Through complex development, creative thinking and conversations, our designer finally cracked the brief with a wonderful logo which is a visual play between a paintbrush, pencil, fork and fish slice.
Clever design really gets us going. So if you need an new image then get in touch.