The Treble Makers
The Treble Makers are a new start up who aim to make live music accessible to children, schools and organisations all over the UK. Their goal is to encourage children to sing, dance, move around, be loud and offer the opportunity to get experience with instruments.
We were tasked with creating The Treble Makers identity. Referencing the name we crafted a logotype around the recognised symbol of the treble clef. We complimented this with a bold yet playful typographic style to carry all messaging, whilst imagery was treated to colour overlays from a diverse and energetic colour palette.
The deliverables for the project included logo generation, brand identity guidelines, printed collateral and various merchandise items.
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