Archive of: Typography

  • Hear all about it! qb custom - exceptional custom fit IEMs

    Introducing our latest web project for qb custom.

    Back in 2014 we designed this beautiful logo marque for qb enterprises as part of their business start-up. A renewed focus on the custom fit earplug and IEM (In Ear Monitor) side of the business resulted in this slight amendment to the logo. We think it’s a stunner. The website has been developed in Wordpress and is fully responsive.


  • Camor Consulting have launched!

    Camor Consulting Website
    Camor Consulting Logo
    We are delighted to show off our latest identity and web project for Wave Consultancy, a small marketing solutions business based in East Lothian. We created a bold but simple identity and developed a beautiful, fully responsive website.

  • Finally, a new post



    After months (and months) we’ve finally found the time to update the website. In all honesty it had a little to do with forgetting how to do it but here it is, a new post. Nothing ground breaking just a lovely new project to show off. Emma Bathgate is an experienced counsellor offering highly professional and confidential counselling services. We’re were asked to develop a brand identity to reflect the nature of the business which was clean and simple. Although biased, we think this hits the spot. The business cards were printed on 350gsm Rives Dot Bright White. Lovely.

  • City Gates Baptist Church



    Well, after a busy start to the year we’re delighted to show off our latest identity project!

    We developed this ‘flowing’ identity that has the cross encapsulated within the logo. We also created a simple set of icons to represent the themes of ‘Faith’, ‘Hope’ and ‘Love’. A 20 page toolkit document was produced to help keep the use of the new logo consistent.

  • Christmas Reader 2014



    Featuring stunning illustrations from Lucy Roscoe www.lucyroscoe.co.uk, we designed and produced this delightful 40 page Christmas Reader for Bellevue Chapel. Members of the church were asked to contribute a Christmas reflection, to be read on each day of December. It was produced as a A5 brochure and was printed on a 170gsm silk.

  • Back to Church Sunday

    21st September is ‘Back to Church Sunday’. In order to promote Bellevue Chapel’s offering, we were asked to create a ‘look and feel’ for the day which we then applied to an A0 poster as well as these nifty A7 promo cards. If you’ve never been to church or haven’t been for a while why not pop along?

  • Dinner is served!


    A lovely wee job this one. We were asked to put together an invite and ticket for an outreach event organised by Bellevue Chapel in Edinburgh. Using a font called ‘Lunchbox’ we created this fun but elegant design. The Dinner is being held at the Roxburgh Hotel and promises to be a fantastic night.

  • A1 Route Map



    Working again with the good people at Development Trusts Association Scotland we created and produced this fantastic route map workbook. The map is a fantastic tool to help community groups navigate the various stages of a community asset project. The map is A1 size, folded to A3 and comes supplied with its very own toy car!

    Printed on a smooth 150gsm uncoated stock it is easy to write on and allows the user to add notes as they progress ‘along the route’.

  • Dunfermline Athletic Football Club Sponsor Logo

    To celebrate 10 years of sponsorship with Dunfermline Athletic Football Club, The Purvis Group have made a slight change to their logo which will feature on the home and away kits this season. We were delighted to be asked to add a subtle change to the logo to reflect this fantastic landmark. Can you see what we’ve done there?

  • A massive thanks!

    I’ve just finished these lovely thank you cards following a fantastic birthday. A massive thank you to my wonderful family.

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