Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Graphic Design / Logo Design

This post covers two different aspects of logo creation: the design concept and the artwork.

We recently created a new logo design for a new company, whose website markets built-to-order contemporary luxury detached villas on the Costa Blanca in Spain. "Something simple" they said, so we used the words Designer Villas, in a clean modern font, then added the sun and the Mediterranean sea...

Luxury Villas built to order, Denia, Spain

We have also recreated a number of logos for clients where their old logo isn't useable - perhaps their only copy is from a printed letterhead and can't be enlarged for other uses - and they would like to maintain the brand or perhaps retain its essence with a little modernisation. Some examples are:

When Hanson Catering reached their 30th year in 2015, we also created a complementary 'flash' that was added to the website and company correspondence, using the same colour palette and fonts as the company logo.

We can often create artwork within a reasonable time-frame (unless its complicated, like the Aerosmith or Queen rock band emblems) for £40 to £60 + vat. For new logos, the concept and initial design will take longer, in a 'how long is a piece of string' way. Therefore, to keep our minds focussed, we offer this service for £75 + vat for most standard business logo requirements, which gives the client full ownership rights to use the logo for their business. If stationery and business card design is also required, the templates can be created and supplied for a small additional fee.

More examples and information about The BPc's design services can be found in the Topics (listed under the tweets) on the right hand side of this blog.

The BPc logo
The BPc logo


  1. Getting a good company logo should be considered by a start up company. Having this would not just help the company get recognized easily but it will also help them rank up like online with Google getting the image indexed. uk logo design

  2. Your logo/stationery design prices are good, similar to ours, but we differ greatly in our website design and build offerings, as we develop in WordPress for our clients' independence.

    We are planning to update The BPc website in September, as it has been ten years since our previous update and it's barely relevant any more.