Continuing in our work with London based Lebanese restaurant chain, Maroush, we’ve been developing January healthy eating campaign collateral including these attractive table displays highlighting their healthy eating offers. As well as taking care of the design, we also had the opportunity to shoot the imagery too.
The Comeback is a talent show in a similar vein to the likes of X-Factor and The Voice currently in development. I was asked to create an opening title logo image that could then be animated for television.
Lebanese restaurant chain, Maroush, have a series of restaurants and take-away food establishments scattered across central London. I was asked to come on board to create a campaign for Christmas 2019 including a food photography shoot in their flagship high-end restaurant, Crockers Folly, the images from which were then used in the roll out of their printed materials and social media campaigns. Materials including posters, table cards, gift tags, menus and table placemats.
Alongside this they’ve also just launched a new business taking their exquisite cuisine on the road offering outdoor catering for corporate and domestic functions. For this they were seeking a simple signature style logo marque taking the name from their Father, the founder or Maroush, who is still actively involved in the running.
‘I Hear Those Boots’ is the biography of Betty Gillett, an 80 year-old resident of Hampshire who grew up in the midst of conflicts between Japan and Malaysia in the early part of the 20th Century. Her story reveals the brutality of war, and as a child how she escaped death by hiding beneath the floorboards. In later life she flourished and has enjoyed an amazing life of world travel. I had the privilege of reading and typesetting the book before creating unique cover.
Commissioned as part of ‘Everyone Has A Story To Tell’, my partnership with published author and ghost-writer Edward-Couzens-Lake.
Commissioned to create some high-end images for facial massage product, Jooveo. At Tidbury Media I provide photographic services across wide spectrum of disciplines and product photography is just one of those. This project posed a good challenge technically despite the simplicity of lighting.
“Thank you for your work, it was lovely working with you. I really liked the photos you’ve taken and I’ll let you know if I have another project in the future.”
We’ve been privileged to work with a variety of organisations throughout the UK and internationally. Here are selection of logo design devices we’ve created from our studio in Portsmouth.
When the Lake District Foundation, a charitable trust based in the Lake District, came to Tidbury Media looking for a brand new brochure design to celebrate their first year, we jumped at the chance. Working from our base in Portsmouth, the brochure design includes a few statistic and introduces the trust and their work. Naturally, the brochure design features some really nice photography and it would have been a shame not to make full use of that, so we adopted a detail from their logo design as a device for holding the photography throughout.
“Tidbury Media are really easy to work with, and our final report looks great! We will definitely use Tidbury Media again.”
Asked to develop some logo ideas for security company White Diamond Security, with a specific request to include an image of a diamond. We presented a variety of samples set alongside carefully set type marque.
When asked to create a simple label for an independent honey producer we were buzzing! (sorry) We wanted to create something with a touch of class but with a sense of fun. In two colours, black and gold foil, we were able to develop a really nice label for the jars.
The labels have arrived and they are AMAZING! I am so thrilled, thank you so much for all your help.
Hair stylist duo, Belle Amour, asked us to create a logo and to develop a visual identity for their new salon. Recommended to us by Jewel Windows, who we work closely with, we presented a variety of ideas and this design stood out. After some tweaks we’re pleased with the result.
Just wanted to say thank you so much, the logo looks awesome! I love the colours and I’m buzzing.
Purple Pot, a start-up company providing personalised contactless donation terminals for fundraisers, came to Tidbury Media with a simple idea in mind. We were tasked with developing and producing a customisable temporary branding plate that could be partnered with their merchant terminals. The final product is a bespoke acrylic plate in the company colour with simple instructions printed to the surface detailing instruction for use. The plate is easily added or removed using hook and loop pads.
“Tony Beasley really did run away from home to go to sea. This book recalls some of the adventures he had during his time in the Royal Navy. A remarkable story that includes his retelling of the part he played in a mission that took place during the Cold War. One that took place on a vessel he had vowed he would never serve on, yet a mission that, with typical stoicism and courage, he faced up to and dealt with in such a way that, ultimately, he emerged from it being regarded as a hero. A hero who wasn’t allowed to tell anyone where he had been or what he had done. Memories of a life spent at sea told with a refreshing mix of dark humour and brutal honesty. Tony doesn’t hold back, he tells things as he sees it. Even if it gives someone a bloody nose in the process.”
Commissioned as part of ‘Everyone Has A Story To Tell’, working alongside Author Edward Couzens-Lake, we created this engaging book jacket design and typeset the book. Tony, from Emsworth in Hampshire, was overwhelmed with the graphic design.
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Ex professional footballer – now broadcaster and public speaker, Paul McVeigh, approached Tidbury Media to transform his manuscript into a finished paperback book. We typeset the manuscript and produced the cover design from his brief. His book will now be available through his website and available for purchase at his events and attendances.
Sapphire Finance based in London asked Tidbury Media to create a series of invitations for their business seminar events.
DiaZo Cosmetics asked us to create a stylish new logo and product label design to be rolled out across their range of cosmetics.
The Compatible Coffee Pod company, based in Somerset, asked us to put together a contemporary logo design for their new website. We presented a series of logos for review and this one stood out.
Asian food manufacturer ‘Katayama’ came to Tidbury Media looking for a comprehensive branding and graphic design package including, logo design, brochure design, business stationery, web banners, poster design and product packaging design including labels for a new range of cooking sauces. The logo design is Asian inspired and features a stylish typeface set alongside an orchid marque. Packaging labels for the range of cooking sauces and ingredients, representing a wide variety of countries and cultures, featured simple ingredients set against a sleek background. A stunning, full colour, glossy brochure design sets out the company objectives and ethos.
In recent years we’ve worked with US based publishers in the conception and ongoing production of three magazine titles. Campus Talk is a free lifestyle magazine aimed at the student market. Flourish is a free lifestyle magazine aimed at men and women. The title was split 50/50 with a female cover and articles on one side, the whole magazine then flipped to reveal the men’s section. Gator Country, a college sports title based in Florida. The magazine featured a monthly run down of sporting events and achievements from across Florida’s major universities.
Sarah Povey Voice Movement Therapy, based near Chichester in West Sussex, asked us to create a nice logo marque to represent her business. Sarah takes great care in her work often working with vulnerable people. We’ve created a clean logo design in colours that evoke specific ideas. Green representing healing, and purple representing spiritualism. We’ve also employed a simple icon as an additional element for easy recognition across mobile and small scale applications. The new logo was the applied to a poster which forms the beginning of the brand visual. We were also commissioned with capturing some portraits for the poster and general marketing.
Strictly Dogs came to Tidbury Media looking for a fun logo design to represent their dog walking/sitting business. Briefed to create something using a playful image of a dog and with a relaxed typographic style. We put our experts on the job and hit the nail on the head.
“Thank you very much for the logo – it looks fantastic! I will definitely come back to you in the future when we need help with design materials, vehicle signage etc.”
Between 2011 and 2018 we published Mayhem! Magazine (www.issuu.com/mayhemmagazine) a free culture and lifestyle magazine. We reached issue 50 in August 2018, with over 500,000 individual printed copies circulating, and realised that all good things must come to an end, so what better time to call it ‘a day’. It has been a fantastic run and we’ve had great fun, met loads of people and interviewed some inspiring people. You can still enjoy every single issue available on the above link. To all those involved we THANK YOU.
Coffee Sense, an artisan coffee roaster and manufacturer based in Somerset, asked us to design their new range of coffee capsule packaging. We’ve been working with Coffee Sense for a number years in the graphic design and development of their branding, their range of foil wrapped coffee pods and a variety of other marketing and packaging materials. This recent addition involved creating a packaging design to work across three box sizes to feature coffee tasting notes. See www.tidburyphotography.com for packaging and product photography.
GE Training, based in London, came to us looking for a simple typographic logo design to incorporate the characters ‘GE’. We developed a selection of logo designs and this stood out. The logo design is now being applied to a variety of promotional materials.
We’re privileged to work with Jewel Windows in Guildford, providing graphic design services for their seasonal and monthly advertising campaigns. Deliverables include a web banner, magazine advertisement, display board, leaflet design, email footer design and emailer. This fun design coincided with Halloween and was very well received.
Tidbury Media were commissioned to design and produce the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Rugby League annual sporting summary for the second consecutive year. 1000 copies of this high quality magazine are circulated throughout the Royal Navy and Royal Marines estates and ships as well as being displayed among other sporting titles throughout Royal Navy and Royal Marine Sports complexes. Copies are also mailed direct to Royal Navy Careers Offices nationwide. This attractive professionally designed digest-sized magazine (B5 – 240×168) is printed on high quality silk paper stock with a glossy laminated front cover. Play The Ball Magazine provides members of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines sporting community with an annual summary of events and achievements within the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Rugby League including forewords from the President and the Chairman along with stories from throughout the year.