London consultancy Radford Wallis Design has created an identity for London recruitment company The Kage Partnership. The not-for-profit sector recruitment group originally sought to modify its existing lozenge marque before deciding upon the final design. The new logo combines a profile of an androgynous head within the inner part of a question mark. ‘The marque reflects the process of looking for or finding the person for a job, or the right position for a candidate,’ says Radford Wallis partner Stuart Radford. It will be applied to stationery, letterheads and business cards.
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