Logos & Co ID

our recent corporate identity work


Three Muckrakers is a podcast that discusses global politics from the UK, USA and Wales.

We were asked to design a logo for them to use across their social channels and podcast pages.

Once we had the idea on how to create a political feel without the use of images, we started working on illustrating the hand and the gesture. We needed something recognisable, approachable and casual with a sense of politics. We also explored colours but naturally settled with blue and red.


Seda Ensemble is an events organisation that provides live music for weddings, celebrations or corporate events. 

Seda came to us for a flexible brand that can facilitate subbrands as her business was already providing different services under one name. 

The result is a flexible, bold, fun and still elegant identity. 


Justin is a  qualified tree surgeon based in Herefordshire. When he decided to focus on his profession and become a full-time tree surgeon, he asked us to design his corporate identity. 

We focused on re-creating the feeling of nature and trees to make him appear as friendly and knowledgeable as he is.


Double L Studio is an L-shaped studio by the River Lea. We were asked to work on creating a corporate identity and a website for Double L Studios. The colour palette was chosen to reflect the youth and friendliness of the studio.

We are happy to have helped the photography studio make a great start in their new and prosperous business.


Laura Lewis is a London-based photographer and one of our regular collaborators. Laura specialises in portraiture and reportage in music, fashion and travel.

In 2014 Laura opened her own photography studio, Double L Studios, in East London. We worked on a re-design of Laura’s identity and website after the opening of her studio, hence why both the identities are based on the same idea.


Pinar Ogun is an actress who is located in the UK and Turkey.

It was clear that a simple corporate identity system that reflects her professionalism was needed for Pinar, which initially resulted in the design of a typographic logo. Her name needed to be legible as well as memorable and beautiful because of the Turkish characters in it. Consequently we collaborated with the typographer Graham Taylor who helped in creating this beautiful typographic logo.