28 March 2017, 14:32
Sneak peak at some branding for a new burger outlet.
23 February 2017, 09:17
I don’t know when premium desserts became a delivery craze, but there’s half a dozen locally. This is a menu for the best*.
3 February 2017, 15:43
Shop front and interior graphic design for a Nottingham dessert restaurant.
26 January 2017, 09:35
Tasty tub designs, to enjoy a scoop of fresh gelato from!
11 January 2017, 10:36
Desserts menu design for independent Nottingham based dessert parlour.
4 January 2017, 21:14
Signage I designed at a dessert parlour in Nottingham came out looking spiffing! I was visiting to scope out the interior graphics applications…
13 January 2016, 06:42
Designed for a restaurant, this beefy word cloud helps remind diners of what’s on offer!
29 April 2015, 08:11
Cathedral Quarter-based independent graphic designer, Kieran Harrod, has teamed up with a boutique gelato ice-cream parlour and diner to develop an eye-catching new brand identity.
28 March 2015, 09:46
I created the cheery “Happy Rover” logo, with a smiling landrover atop a rustic pizza, the design encompasses the nature of the Happy Rover itself, it’s honest, authentic and friendly!
3 December 2014, 11:25
Serving pizzas from their wood-fired oven, gourmet burgers, hand cut steaks and a dazzling array of desserts and gelato made by hand on site.
Thank you for designing such a distinctive and versatile logo for me, Kieran. I have been able to use the different versions of it for different purposes, whilst still keeping my branding consistent. The logo fully meets the design brief and I am very happy with it. I look forward to working with you again.
Llinos Hobson - Textile Deli
On a 600gsm stock my business cards are fabulous, really sturdy and thick, they also have a great feel to the finish. They also feature some of my fave projects to make a pocket portfolio!
When the ReST vulnerability hit the news, I was happy that my hosted websites were already safe.
At some point in the discussion of a new branding project, the client will almost always ask what files they expect to receive. At first, I found this an odd query, although perfectly valid, my assumption was alway that I’d supply every file they’d need, why would I design a logo and do anything less?
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