Complete logo and packaging design for Devonshire Tea.
Taste and history are brought together with a traditional package for a beautifully
A brand design that speaks to the concept of image and elegance. This is highlighted in every output from stationery, website to press releases and invitations.
Jay Roerade joined them for this project at the beginning and the branding was greatly received at their launch.
Branding for Red Beauty salon.
Land, Air and Water is the theme behind this clothing brand, based around extreme sports.
The brand mark was created using the greek symbols for these natural elements to really give the logo a meaning. Rock climbing, kite surfing and boarding were all used in the illustration to go on the back of the shirts.
A logo label was sewn at the bottom and hand printed wrapping paper finished off the presentation. Truly encapsulating a company’s ethos in this design and an intelligently thought out logo that is also visually stunning.
A complete bespoke hand drawn alphabet designed for a homeware range of products.
This was provided as vectored letters, so the client could apply to any fabric or material with ease.
Exceptional attention to detail and consistency across all letters combined to create this stunning typography.
Over the past three years Jay Roerade has worked alongside Tosin’s & Co starting with branding, leading to complete art direction for the company.
This included everything from copywriting, online presence, newspaper inserts to brochures and T-shirts.
Complete project management pushed the envelope for the expression of this luxury homeware company.
Branding and beer label designed to pay homage to the docks and tradition of the company.
Clear striking type and beautifully illustrated label to cater for all the uses the brand may require.
Jay Roerade has been working with Donnington Stuart for 5 years on branding, printed materials, office signage, newsletters and agreements.
Most recently was a re-brand which can be seen here. A memorable brand mark combining the letters of the company for a sophisticated
Bespoke wedding invitations for a London based client. Each card consists of handcrafted slits to hold RSVP and menu inserts.
Everything sourced by Jay Roerade from paper to envelopes as well as the printing company.
Ribbons applied by hand at the end for that personal touch set off this beautiful presentation for the client’s special day.
In September 2014 Jay Roerade was brought in to create Ukie’s 32 page yearly review magazine.
Working with strict style guides, this was all typeset in Indesign to specifications and a lovely stylish appearance is the result.
The 2015 edition will also be created by Jay Roerade and the magazine is clearly beautifully presented and set out meticulously.
Branding for a wildlife gallery all hand drawn with a unique but personal feel.
Lovely sweeping ligatures represent the fineness of the artwork featured in the gallery.
Gold foiling on high quality recycled paper put the finishing touches to their printed stationary and business cards.
The project’s aim was to create a friendly feel for primary school pupils, teachers as well as lecturers and universities.
Look and feel for the pages were designed for a bespoke CMS, with a colourful and friendly feel. Infographic design was the main focus for a four panel carousel on the homepage.
A bright communication of information, easy navigation and appeal to the target audience is well represented in this project.
This led to further work for magazines and infographics being created by Jay Roerade.
A redesign of the look and feel for the askaboutgames website. Designed around a CMS based on a wordpress template.
Visual accessibility and ease of use were paramount as well as an inviting feel for all ages.
Twitter integration and news feeds were both incorporated to give maximum reach to this informative website.