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Reech create new brand for Shropshire Wildlife Trust project

We are delighted to announce that we have partnered up with Shropshire Wildlife Trust to create a new brand for their ‘Feed the Birds’ project.

Shropshire Wildlife Trust won our first service in February as part of our 10-month giveaway. The new brand will be a stand alone brand dedicated to their ‘Feed the Birds’ project.

Feed the Birds is a ground-breaking project, using a nature-based approach to tackle health issues. The project aims to help people who are lonely and/or socially isolated get closer to nature, by feeding the birds in their garden with the help of a volunteer who visits each week.

The project came to us with a very open brief, giving us a free reign on colour palettes, and typefaces, allowing our design team to push our creative boundaries.

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Over the past two months we have given away a complete rebrand and a free day of photography. Click here for your chance to bag this months service giveaway, a full day of content creation.

Take a look below at some of the brand concepts that we presented to the ‘Feed the Birds’ project..

First brand concept for Feed the Birds
Second brand concept for Feed the Birds
Fourth brand concept for Feed the Birds
Fifth brand concept for Feed the Birds
Fifth brand concept for Feed the Birds
Seventh brand concept for Feed the Birds

Our Creative Director, Dena Evans, commented on the ‘Feed the Birds’ brand project:

“We are very excited to be working with Shropshire Wildlife Trust on one of their side projects. Feed the Birds is a great cause and we are delighted to have the opportunity to work with a team of great people.

“With an open brief, this project has allowed our design team to get really creative, experimenting with a range of colour palettes and typefaces to create a variety of different designs.”