Graphic designer wanted to design logo for new street market

Brand identity and logo needed

Social Streets C.I.C is developing a digital presence and marketing campaign for a new women-only street market. We are looking for a graphic designer to design a brand identity and logo for this market. Work will need to be completed by the end of August.


If appointed, you will be creating a brand identity and logo for a new street market in East London that will reflect the values and diverse cultures of the market traders, yet appeal to to wider London audience.

The design should look good and perform well online, on social media, in print and on merchandise such as shopping bags.

  • Main logo for website banner area (choice of three designs)
  • Favicon for browser tab
  • Adaptations of the logo for social media profile images
  • Brand colours and fonts
  • Branding document including examples of the logo will work on all assets

How to apply

Please send expressions of interest to Tabitha Stapely along with your resume, availability and price for the work by 5pm on Wednesday 14th August 2019.

A shortlist of selected candidates will be invited in for an in-depth discussion about the needs of the project.

About Social Streets

Social Streets C.I.C is a not-for-profit media company with a social mission. We work to increase participation in the local community because we believe a strong and thriving local community, bound by thick networks, is essential for the wellbeing of its people.

We do this in a variety of ways.

We are growing a network of hyperlocal publications for neighbourhoods. Our flagship title is Roman Road LDN in East London. We bring together local emerging talent to work collaboratively on high-quality editorial content about their local area, providing a truly community-led platform.

We are designing a platform for hyperlocal publishers, based on our learnings, that will help support the growth of other hyperlocal publications. Our software will put community content at the heart of the editorial publication.

We offer a complete range of media services, from print, digital, design, social media to events, allowing us to be an effective media partner for local communities.

We offer digital skills training and mentoring to help the community make the most of the digital infrastructure we build in the local area.

We help place makers, community development organisations, local authorities, business improvement districts and neighbourhood forums to build a community around their place.