Nicole Deyton
Artist, Designer, Teller of Stories
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Branding & Logos

We all want something that sets us apart. Let me help you design branding solutions for your personal or professional endeavors.

Bent Tuba Studio

Bent Tuba Studio

Bent Tuba art studio is quite literally named for a banged-up tuba that sits in the corner of the studio. I photographed the tuba and turned it into an icon to use in the logo and marketing material. I created the logo, marketing material, and the font for Bent Tuba Studio.

Website: www.BentTuba.com

Defabricate Etsy Store

Defabricate Etsy Store

I created the playful, 50s-style brand identity for this craft-based Etsy shop.

Defabricate Cat Toys

Defabricate Cat Toys

Playing off the company name, and the cheeky tone of the brand, I highlighted the word cat within the name.

Hospitality Training Logo

Hospitality Training Logo

The client wanted to redesign their logo while keeping the elements of the tree, roots, and golden apples. I reduced the many golden apples to one in order to emphasize the overall value. The root system acts as both an anchor and and emphasis. (I removed the client name for privacy.)

Branding for "Concert for Mother Earth"

Branding for "Concert for Mother Earth"

A local choir wanted to design material to help advertise its yearly concert. Their only request is that the logo feature a chalice. Because the concert celebrates "Mother Earth," I created hands that cupped the Earth. This communicated a sense of caring for the Earth and the hands then became the chalice.

Logo Redesign

Logo Redesign

This client came to me with an idea for a logo sketched on the back of an envelope. She wanted something that conveyed strength and movement while combining the letters of the business' name. We worked together to refine the logo and bring it to fruition.

Rebranding for The Mindful Scrivener

Rebranding for The Mindful Scrivener

Working with the client, we rebranded and redesigned the website to enhance her message. She wanted a warmer feeling website that better conveyed her personality. I exchanged the rather plain Mindful Scrivener header with a typographic logo and simplified the visuals, adding large banner images overlaid with the page header. The overall page was kept simple to highlight the scannable text.

View the live website: www.mindfulscrivener.com