music branding


Artists are like brands – they are household names, whether you like their music or not. Logos are as important as tracks and photos; they’re what represents you and how people know who you are. They’re on single covers, social media sites, websites, drum skins, t-shirts, stickers. You name it – an artist’s logo goes everywhere!

Our graphic design team has years of experience in creating musbrands and design imagery, not just for artists, but for also other notable brands. They’re experts in matching visual with sound and know how to create a logo that encapsulates what you’re all about. Working with them, you’ll receive bespoke graphic design that will live long past your first album. 

We’ll get your ideas first: brainstorming typography, colours and shapes with you, to make sure we’re going down the right path. Some artists have lots of ideas about what they want from a logo, and others have no idea, opting to let our designers take care of creating you a compelling visual identity.

However you want to be seen – and remembered – it starts with a logo.

As an artist, social media can make or break your release campaign. Whether it’s an upcoming tour, single release or general online marketing, social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube (amongst others that rotate in popularity) are essential tools for any artist looking to excel in the modern music industry.

Our social media team work with the regional A&R managers and our own photographers to create bespoke social media designs that are compatible across all platforms. You may just want to solidify your social media presence, or push a fully branded live venue tour. Our team can create dynamic visual campaigns for your fans to connect with – and for new ones to discover. Brand and campaign design can seem tough, but we’ll help you stand out from the abundance of other online artist social media sites with visuals that truly represent you.

Your social media platform designs will be fully optimised to fit the specifications of platform providers, as well as giving you the chance to cross-promote between your channels. A significant and engaging social media presence will grow your fanbase and extend the reach of all the content currently on your social media, so don’t overlook the influence of this digital promotional tool.



Once you’ve had a new logo created and overhauled your social media channels, you’ll want to start looking at establishing an artist website. Our packages include sourcing the most effective URL for you to draw as much traction as possible, plus hosting your site. You should utilise this website to link your merchandise, tour dates, release information and more.

Our sites include your biography, music, videos, photos, and social media plug-ins to bring all your platforms together. E-commerce facilities to sell merchandise and music are standard with our packages. If you’re looking to create something even more complex, our web developers can create a totally bespoke site for all your content, and develop, code and design it all for you. 

An artist website will undoubtedly bring more people your way, and reinforces the established identity that you’re looking to stamp in the industry.

Using your unique artist logo and new website, our graphics team will create a range of merchandise for you to sell through your own e-commerce store. Linking it with a designated Paypal, you can sell your merchandise direct to fans online and order stock as and when it is required (so there is a minimal initial outlay).

We’ll design a range of exclusive artist merchandise, including t-shirts, snapbacks, festival bands, pens, mugs, lighters, bags, plectrums, and basically anything which you think your fanbase might use or wear. It can all be branded with your artist logo and made available for purchase.

For tours and single release campaigns, we can design and produce limited edition t-shirts and other items, all fully branded with the tour name, dates, locations, and any other unique information you want on there. These special limited-edition pieces are particularly gig-friendly, meaning you can sell them at your events at increased prices in order to capture the impulse buyer. Releasing exclusive, grab-it-while-you-can merchandise is a great way to create hype for a tour or music release, and will help you generate more revenue to move your career forward.