The Cygnet Theatre and training theatre needed a new identity, programme and course prospectus. Krage Design produced a simple, striking solution the small grey ‘c’ represents the Cygnet with the larger ‘C’ repreents the adult swan.
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A bold, striking strencil font logo for The Real Food Store, Exeter’s first community owned food business. Devon soil colours and natural green were used in the logo and utilised throughout the branding and store.
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Effective branding should elevate an organisation or product. A logo should be unique, recognisable and should communicate clearly.
Re-brand of the independent record label that was set up by Jake Riviera after his departure from Stiff Records. Jake wanted a constructivist style for the label so a minimal red, white and black palatte was chosen with a stylised Demon figure that was applied to signage, labels, stationery, record labels and marketing material.
Unexpected is a new festival produced by Exeter City Council taking performance & art into unexpected locations across the city. Branding and design for adshel posters, banners and printed programmes was produced by Krage Design.
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Ourthinklab was set up to create spaces and places for people to converse and collaborate around the future of business. The simple branding and logo is based on thought bubbles.
Logo for Enabling Visions who Coach Leaders, transform teams, change cultures and Develop leaders.
On a mission is to contribute to a city where a rich cultural life enriches the experience of everyone living, working in & visiting Exeter.
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