Sometimes it's only a logo – various logo design projects by Studio Denley.
Thomas Anderson Steels
A construction company that specialises in balconies and balustrades. The logo design plays with light and shadows to represent the core expertise of the company.
Stand by me project
A social community project initiated by Worcester Volunteer Centre. The project helped people in the local community that had become isolated. For various reasons they had found their social circles diminishing or had disappeared completely. This situation was the founding concept of the logo design.
The ‘S’ icon is made up from two fragmented circles joining together, with the clear bold font standing proud and supporting it. The logo was used on posters, flyers and other materials advertising the social sessions. The project was well received with events, such as film groups, bringing people together to forge new friendships.
A redrawing of the logo for this local history group. The design refreshes their existing identity, bringing it up-to-date while the important and recognisable aspects are retained.
For more information on this project read the new story.
Starlight Interior Design
“I don’t want a star”. Five words that formed the headline of the brief from the client who wanted to avoid clichés. The final logo that meets the brief while still being able to represent the company name. Cutout circles form the ‘star’ appearing to project light to do so and generating a sense of space.
A strong and simple logo for a Birmingham-based gas engineers.
Broad Street Community Meeting Hall
A circle full evokes the feeling of togetherness and community, while the lines represent both joining hands and the individual people who make up the whole. The orange is inspired by the cladding design and the painted render that decorates the new hall.
For more information on this project, read the news story.