Oset make electric trials bikes for children from 2 to 10 years old. They are the market leader in this field – in fact i think they invented the market! Brandtastic recently helped them out with illustration and graphic design for promotional clothing and exhibition stand graphics.
I created this illustration that could be used across their marketing material, especially promotional clothing and an exhibition stand for the upcoming Dirt Bike Show – the biggest UK event for all off road motorcycling.
The base for the illustration was actually a photo of the owner’s son riding one of the bikes – He is very pleased to have been immortalised on cool Hoodies!
Jonny Toolbox provide mechanical support at motorcycle race meetings. They really wanted to stand out from the crowd at these busy events so a radical design was needed for the logo and vehicle wrap. Thanks to Luca at Boss Dog for the intro on this one.
Jonny Toolbox Final Van Design
Jonny Toolbox Logo
Jonny Toolbox: initial ideasJonny Toolbox LogoJonny Toolbox Final Van Design
We have just completed the re-brand of footprint cars, see the chosen logo and initial designs below. As Foot Print Cars were a new client they took advantage of Pack 2 on our Fixed price list and grabbed a bargain! The guys at Foot Print Cars wanted a very subtle solution to the livery on their fleet of Prius’s – hence the minimal approach seen here. For more crazy vehicle graphics see some of our Van wraps!
I am very pleased to announce that Brandtastic is the official creative partner of the newly relaunched Fleet Carnival.
Brandtastic will be helping out with all creative output the Carnival needs from the new brand to posters to a lovely new website (coming soon). So watch this space for news and updates. It’s going to be the biggest and best one yet and as a local lad who has been in it 4 times and remembers the halcyon days of the ‘Corona‘ float and an electrocuted Elvis I am very proud to be a part of the next chapter in this brilliant event.
We worked on the creative for this charity website along side Paul Marden at Orcare who delivered the build and techy bits. Finance Against Trafficking needs to engage those in the finance world whilst getting across the sevarity of the subject matter – hence the black and silver colour scheme, clean simple typography and use of stark, shocking imagery.
About Finance Against Trafficking
This project involves individuals and organisations from numerous sectors tackling the problem together – because the financing of trafficking has a complexity and multiplicity of stakeholders and supply chain issues which can only be addressed from a multi sectored approach.
Those involved in the project aim to be:
The first port of call for all those involved in business who seek to understand, and minimise the risk of, the role that trafficking plays in business.
The centre of information, latest understanding and data on trafficking, and tools and connections for the better implementation of anti-trafficking practices in business.
Centres of knowledge and assistance around trafficking issues for business in each country in the world.
This project builds on the fact that STOP THE TRAFFIK has developed a global network of organisations which, through driving a series of global campaigns and working together, provide focus, action and support for communities which seek to work together on the issue of human trafficking.
This is the second web design project we have worked on for Stop the traffick. The first being Freedom ticket for life, which needed an entirely different dsign style as the demegraphic are teens and twentysomes.