Mayweather Boxing Design

Peter James Coleman Branding, Sports Division

In 2019 I was selected by International Sports Solutions to design a complete brand architecture for their ‘Hit Hard’ Mayweather Boxing Camp project. International Sports Solutions is headed up by Sports and Finance Director Leah Jean who structured and set up an amazing opportunity for a UK boxer to pursue his dreams of a world title comeback. The logo and …

Restaurant Marketing

Peter James Coleman Branding, Restaurant Marketing Design, Web Design Leave a Comment

In June 2018, Dave and Laura Cordell contacted us to help, using our restaurant marketing to launch their new business venture – Smokeshed Hoddesdon. **July 2019 Update** I have since updated the Smokeshed brand for them with an even more powerful and effective brand – new post coming soon! Based in the heart of Hoddesdon Town Centre Hertfordshire,  Smokeshed is …

Construction Re-Brand

Peter James Coleman Branding, Construction Marketing Design, Print Design, Web Design

  IBC changed direction towards the end 2015, our task was to develop a new brand identity that would reflect the future of IBC. Part of the plan is to utilise data to measure and offer an even better service, tailoring the service to each of their members with the intelligent use of data and proven strategies to increase sales. …

The Spirit of House Music

Peter James Coleman Branding, Lifestyle Marketing Design

The spirit of house music lives on! Memories of my halcyon days – the pounding beats, the warm summer nights in Ibiza, the care-free days of being 20 something. That’s a good few years ago for me so when Sarah Day of Brighter Days got in contact with me to help launch her brand I was more than happy to …

Barbershop Logo Marketing Branding London

Design for Style

Peter James Coleman Branding, Lifestyle Marketing Design

Your style expressed correctly means you’re telling a story without words. Kiernanda and Co was a pop-up style barber shop I branded in 2018. The brief was given to me by the owner who requested a brand and style to reflect modern London. He wanted a brand style that would position his business at the high end of the market …