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Bethel Presbyterian Church

A rough sketch of an idea for Bethel's logo was given by the church.

This was then went through a number of iterations before the version shown was selected.

The church uses their logo in a number of different colour schemes.

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Environment First Ltd

Environment First Ltd is a waste recycling business.

Designed from scratch, this simple logo has been given a utilitarian feel, reflecting the services nature of the company.

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Life Event: CICCU

Designed for the 2008 Cambridge Inter-Collegiate Christian Union Main Event.

This logo shows silhouettes of a number of colleges and various Cambridge activities.

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Cambridge Presbyterian Church

Designed for use on the Cambridge Presbyterian Church website, this is a modern twist on the Presbyterian symbol of the burning bush.

The shape of the bush is subtracted from the shape of the fire.

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Rescued? 2010: CICCU

Designed for the 2010 Cambridge Inter-Collegiate Christian Union Main Event.

The theme of rescue is demonstrated with an image of an air-sea rescue as a drowning man is lifted to saftey from the impending wave.

Logo design by Matt Hopkins

A logo can communicate what you as an organisation do. Through the use of typefaces, styles, shapes and imagery your name is given meaning, your business is described, your audience is attracted. A logo can communicate much more than just a name, it can speak both your achievements and your aspirations.

Matt Hopkins' logo design seeks to encapsulate who you are, as an organisation or business into a polished and professional design. Contact Matt Hopkins for more information.

Design Process

1. Brief: To understand your organisation, its services and its ethos, as well as your requirements for your logo, you will be sent a questionnaire to fill in. You will be contacted further to clarify any points, as necessary.

2. Concept & Feedback: A number of concept ideas will be produced and you will be asked to comment on each one and select one to carry forward to the further development stage.

3. Further Development: The idea you have selected will be developed and revised until you are entirely satisfied with the finished result.

4. Finalising: After you have signed off the final design. The final vector artwork in .ai .eps .pdf .jpeg and .tiff formats and any others you specify will be supplied subject to receipt of final payment. The copyright will pass to you once final payment is received.


As every logo design is unique, prices will vary depending on your individual requirements and the complexity of your logo design.

Email your proposal to Matt Hopkins for a quote.

Recent logo design projects & clients