Blue Eagle Lithium - Designed by Grapevine Media

Grapevine Media has been working with Blue Eagle Lithium to develop brand assets and investor materials for the launch of their bid for investment in their lithium mining company, including investment brochures, factsheets and business cards.

Website

www.blueeaglelithium.com

Eco Earth Store - Built by Grapevine Media

In early 2018 Grapevine Media was approached by Luke Morris of Eco Earth Builds to develop a marketplace for sellers of eco-friendly plastics, biodegradable household items and palm-oil free lotions, potions, soaps and shampoos.

As part of the development process we were asked to put together a brand and logo for the new marketplace.

Website

ecoearthstore.co.uk

The Federation for European Education in Gemmology (FEEG) was set-up in 1994 as a combined project between 11 major gemmological teaching centres to offer a pan-European qualification recognised throughout the continent.

To enable potential students to simply understand how the FEEG Qualification would help their career, Grapevine Media created a simple 12-page brochure to illustrate the process and the benefits of the qualification.

Grapevine Media, Professional Logo Design

Mayfair Consulting International (MCI) is a dynamic young consultancy firm offering business development, project management and investment opportunities in the energy, mining, cleantech and corporate finance industries. MCI required an update to their logo to make a strong, bold statement and improve visibility in print and online.

Grapevine Media worked with MCI to create a number of drafts, using the basis of their original logo as inspiration and this new design was developed as a result.

Online start-up ShinyPrettyThings, a young, fresh company taking a new and vibrant approach to the world of estate jewellery, was seeking a designer to put together some initial concepts for their brand.

ShinyPrettyThings CEO and Director, Rona Bierrum, worked with our designers to formulate a logo that spoke of her brand, incorporating her vision of a company that was chic, classic, cool and couture.

From initial concept, discussions around how Rona wanted to speak to her audience, our design team created sketches, explored typography and colour schemes – and came up with a number of initial concept boards.

After a couple of iterations, they honed in on one design that fit the bill perfectly, mixing both the traditional aspects of a jewellery / luxury brand logo – with a distinctive and fresh look.