New logo and branding for Robert Laiviera Hair Studio

Thursday, January 31st, 2019

Robert Laiviera is a talented hair stylist with many years of experience both locally and abroad. He recently decided to branch out on his own and open his own hair studio. He reached out to us in order to assist with his business branding and logo.

Several meetings were held in order to fully understand the client’s needs and style. After a thorough needs analysis exercise, it was established that the brand was to be fresh, minimal and contemporary. Black was chosen as the brand colour since it is clean, versatile and timeless, perfectly complementing Mr Laiviera’s edgy brand.

Once the branding and logo were chosen and established, stationery was designed for print, as well as wall and outdoor signs and staff uniforms.

We wish Robert Laiviera and his team infinite success on this new venture and we look forward to working with them again in the future.

Robert Laiviera - Logo and Branding

Robert Laiviera - Logo and Branding

Robert Laiviera - Logo and Branding

Robert Laiviera - Logo and Branding

Robert Laiviera - Logo and Branding

Robert Laiviera - Logo and Branding

Robert Laiviera - Logo and Branding

Robert Laiviera - Logo and Branding

Robert Laiviera - Logo and Branding

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