Thursday, 20 June 2013

WAHosting Logo Design

Graphic Bubble have recently completed work on a new logo design for WAHosting, a hosting company based in Perth - Western Australia. Wanting to emphasise that they use locally based servers and locally based staff WAHosting will be providing windows and linux based hosting, email hosting, domain registration, website development, virtual servers and offsite backup. The client required an innovative logo that was distinctively different to it's competitors. With a swan featuring on the flag, and being both the state and bird emblem of Western Australia the design process quickly moved towards this. The final design features the shape of a swan with its beak being an RJ45 cable.

The font used on this logo is Lovelo Black, this is a free for commercial use font that can be found in the following location: fontfabric.com/lovelo-font

See below for the final logo design.



Thursday, 13 June 2013

Eastcott Vets A5 Flyers

I just wanted to mention a couple of events that a client of mine is promoting. Eastcott Vets in Swindon are sponsoring the Old Town Festival Dog Show this Saturday 15th June and they also have an open day on Sunday 23rd June. Both flyers for these events have been designed by Graphic Bubble.

For more information on these two events please see the flyers below or visit: www.oldtownfestival.co.uk and www.eastcottvets.co.uk.





Friday, 7 June 2013

Friends' Newsletter for the University of Bristol Botanic Garden: Summer Issue 2013

I have recently completed the Summer issue of the Friends' Newsletter for the University of Bristol Botanic Garden. This is an A5, 32 page, quarterly publication produced regularly by Graphic Bubble. There are lots of events taking place throughout the summer with the Festival of Nature one of the highlights (http://www.bnhc.org.uk/home/festival.html). Also The Jazz in the Garden event on Saturday 20th July at the garden is definitely worth checking out! This year's poster was also created by Graphic Bubble.

See below for some of the pages from the latest issue.

For more information about the Botanic Garden view their website here: www.bristol.ac.uk/botanic-garden.