Project DescriptionCLIENT: FRIENDS OF BADOCK’S WOOD PROJECT: REBRANDCATEGORY: VISUAL IDENTITY Friends of Badock’s Wood asked us to design a visual identity and signage.
Sir Stanley Badock gave part of the wood in 1937 to the City of Bristol for the enjoyment of local people. It then became known as ‘Badock’s Wood’. It has been awarded a Site of Nature Conservation Interest with a scheduled ancient monument – Round Barrow (Bronze Age burial mound).
OBJECTIVE: To create greater presence and raise the group’s profile amongst other local nature reserve organisations.
OUR SOLUTION: A strong, versatile logo which reflects Badock’s Wood Nature Reserve. Additionally we created an A3 folded leaflet (12 page) and interpretation signage.