Latest work From Muirmedia

In Good Company Events

Claire Harkness is a good friend from years back, when she heard I had started my own design business she got in touch to get her 2 businesses branded up… In Good Company Events is an independent agency based in Glasgow delivering events across Scotland and London.

Claire had some strong ideas about the brand identity and wanted to go bold. We ended up with a bold, clean geometric logo offset by the script font. Literally everything that could be printed was printed thereafter from business cards to posters to magazine adverts. In Good Company Weddings follows the ethos of it’s sister company providing a meticulous standard of Wedding Planning.

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Renfrewshire Leisure

I’ve had the pleasure of supplying Renfrewshire Leisure with most of their design and print needs since 2011.

To coincide with Renfrewshire Leisure taking on the responsibility of Renfrewshire’s cultural buildings - Paisley Town Hall, Paisley Museum etc. The need was there to rebrand to encompass these new elements so with many meetings and variations of the branding behind us the final logo was chosen. There’s not much chance of walking through anywhere in Renfrewshire without seeing sight on this logo!

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Ashleigh at A-Cakes needed branding for her Cake-making business, I set to work following her brief of using pinks and greys with a feminine, floral theme.

Ashleigh was delighted with the end result. Business Cards, Flyers and posters followed with building the website… check out these cakes, they are pretty amazing!

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David Cairney

David Cairney came to me through various referrals for branding for his upcoming venture - David Cairney Barbering - A new barbers opening win the Barshaw Area of Paisley. I have to admit - it was great to finally do a gents barber after tones of Ladies Hair & beauty branding jobs… David was very open to ideas - his only brief was it was to be traditional with a modern twist…. no bother!

David settled on the gold and black logo which complimented the bottle green vintage interior of the shop. I wish him all the best!

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