Bedford Heights is a 200,000 ft2 cylclone-proof complex that was built to a blue print by architects from Dallas, Texas. This was commissioned by Verve Properties to create a website and new brand identity.
I worked with Run For The Hills Grahics team to create the logo, brand assets, artwork and in-venue graphics for this project. The new Bison logo takes inspiration from the building’s Texan roots, with an origami twist.
We also did a photoshoot on site to capture the complex’s ongoing design transformation. Then the brand assets, images and photographs were used in the creation of a new website. Which we built and designed in WordPress. The theme was customised to look bespoke and unique.
The brand was given a fresh makeover using lime green, dusky grey and white as the brand colour palette.
It was a good opportunity to work on a variety of things including marketing collateral to aid the estate agents renting out workspace, as well as conference banners, murals, advertisements, way-finding and signage.
This image is showing a set of printed stationery including business cards, compliment slips and letterhead.
Client Bedford Heights Creative DirectorChris Trotman Lead DesignerMyoung Chung
I am a graphic designer and illustrator based in London. I love to be inspired from beautifully designed things; whether it’s a building, a spoon, or a chewing gum wrapper. I get inspirations from everyday life and use them on making my artwork.
I am capable of creating branding, logo designs that are suited to purpose, graphics and illustrations from concept phase to finish.
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