Using typography in creative ways really helps to engage and inform audiences — customising it or creating new forms of type makes a design visually unique at it's core, helping brands establish their brand identity, message or products. Please enjoy this collection of some of our custom typography and lettering experiments.

Keiller Centre logo
Exterior of the Keiller Centre in the sunshine with freshly painted white exterior, luminous green shapes and black branding for the Dundee Design Festival 2019.
Interlocking brick shapes inspired by the exterior of the V&A Dundee building.
Helow World distorted text.
Hello World graphic with angular lines overlaid.
Slessor gardens before the opening night of V&A Dundee with giant TV screen.
A to Z shown in the custom designed Almighty Foods typeface.
Pattern of chocolate quares interspersed with branded chocloate boxes and the Almighty Foods logo.
White and green chocolate box for the dark chocolate with CBD. The box is sitting on a green background with chocolate pieces spilling out of the top.
Almighty Foods logo.
Bespoke typeface designed for 71 Brewing.
Heart of Blackness beer logo designed for 71 Brewing.
Heart of Blackness baltic porter bottle peers out of black background.
Experimental Collaborator word mark for a beer series by 71 Brewing.
Many development versions of the Make Tank logo mark from wireframe to completed version and then distorted.
Project imagery
Project imagery
Project imagery