Fionn Consultancy is a niche business specialising in libraries, heritage, education and research. Company Director, Fiona Forsythe hoped that we would be able to develop a brand which echoed the company’s heritage roots.
We really enjoyed the challenge of exploring this brief – considering a number of approaches before settling on a railway-poster inspired Gill Sans look-and-feel.
The colour palette was derived from memories of old library books, the creamy pages and red leather bindings. The vintage sunburst logo is timeless, simple and striking.
An inspirational art and design resource, ‘Sacred Art’ was created by the Churches Conservation Trust to commemorate George Frederick Bodley and Charles Eamer Kempe, two key figures of the Gothic Revival, on the centenary of their deaths.
Steeped in history, Wolviston Post Office demanded a brand identity that was sympathetic to it’s heritage and village spirit.
A year in the making, what a delight when a copy ‘hot off the press’ of the News Real Teachers Resource Pack, published by Tyneside Cinema arrived on our desk.