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Branding

Branding

Burlywood Designs can work with you to create an image that represents the personality of your brand. We can create logos, business cards, stationery and more to showcase your new image.
If you would like a comprehensive rebranding, we can even put together a style guide.

 
 
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MS Editing

This logo was created for an independent editor, along with business cards. She wanted a design which looked like a stamp and paid homage to
old print. Something simple, but textured and with a bit of character.

Our solution:
a chunky but minimal design using a serif typeface to give hints of old print, and a few textured breaks in the logo to give it the crafted feel which the client wanted.

 
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Starbytes Press

Starbytes Press is the business of an independent editor.
She wanted her branding to represent sophistication and professionalism.

Our solution:
A clean design using a sans-serif typeface, contrasting the sharpness of angles on the star with the organic curves of the "S".

 
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TDR Events

This party planning business wanted a logo that was bright and fun, but also professional. They also asked that we include bunting in the design.

Our solution:
A bright and bold design, with a sans-serif and spaced out type in the middle as a place for the eye to rest, introducing a feel of professionalism.

 
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Roads to Rehab Nepal

Burlywood Designs created a logo for Roads to Rehab Nepal, an Australian charity. They asked for a logo that made use of bright colours from prayer flags, imagery of mountains and a winding road, a stupa and prayer flags, contained within a circle. The text must resemble the Nepali alphabet.

Our solution:
A streamlined design with less elements,
but eye-catching appeal. Two bright colours inspired by prayer flags -
blue which is associated with healing, and red which is vital and demands attention. We altered the typeface we used to make it resemble the Nepali alphabet.