case study

low farm

brand identity
print design


“We have been really impressed with Emily's contribution to developing our brand”.

Martin Bramley, Managing Director, Low Farm Energy



Low Farm Energy requested our help to create a brand identity and a logo that matched the ethos of the site and the owners. They also needed signage to help both clearly identify the site and for on-site health and safety reasons


We wanted to create a simple and natural look that was in keeping with the agricultural and sustainable nature of the business.  The motif of a broken circle, represents the actual bio-digester dome and the stalk of cereal is a nod to some of the organic material needed to create energy.


A new colour palette of yellowy green and slate grey was selected, and the branding applied next to business cards finished with black foil debossed branding on duplexed grey rough 'card like' paper for a recycled look. 

We designed and made two large entrance signs for the site and used a powdered paint matt sprayed finish for both the aluminium sign base, and the raised lettering in the Low Farm brand colours. We also spent time with the team creating clear directional site signage and designing a bespoke aerial view site map with all the relevant health and safety to ensure compliance. Photos are now being used in the website we are putting together with the team