Branding the London Egg Bank

Silk Pearce has created the identity for the London Egg Bank, which encourages women to donate their eggs to help others who are struggling to conceive.

London Egg Bank identity
London Egg Bank identity

The bank, which is billed as the first of its kind, is being launched by the team behind the London Women’s Clinic and the London Sperm Bank, both of which were also branded by Silk Pearce.

London Sperm Bank identity
London Sperm Bank identity

Working with illustrator Sarah Coleman, Silk Pearce has created a hand-painted identity based on calligraphy.

The consultancy says the identity features ‘inspirational quotes on the joy of sharing and a palette of fresh, upbeat colours’.

The identity features 'inspirational quotes'
The identity features ‘inspirational quotes’

Jack Pearce, creative head at Silk Pearce, says, ‘We wanted to design a uniquely recognisable visual identity for the London Egg Bank to reflect its friendly personality and the kindness shown by donors, rather than giving it the formal, institutional feel that is so widely seen in the fertility treatment sector.’

Silk Pearce has also designed the London Egg Bank website, which it says has been presented ‘in an easy-to-read Q&A format’.

Website
Website

In addition, the consultancy has worked on print and digital promotional material, Tube and print advertising and exhibition panels.

Business cards
Business cards
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  • Des Smith November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Logo looks like a smear test…

  • Stephen Mortimer November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Looks like a painters and decorators

  • C G November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Hmmm… the type is all a bit Happy Easter and not sure about the ‘yolk’ colour palette – but saying that the golden clockwork key with the spermbank logo doesn’t work for me either… Sorry.

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