Ben Jones

Ben Jones is an independent freelance designer based in Bristol, specialising in conceptual design and branding. Working with startups, businesses and art organisations to produce thoughtful and honest work.

To discuss a project, please feel free to get in touch.

The Hatchling


The Hatchling is a spectacular, free live event, taking place in Plymouth in August 2020. Produced by the award-winning creative team at Trigger in collaboration with leading designers, the project combines age-old myth with innovative puppetry and cutting edge technology.

I was asked to create an identity that would convey The Hatchling moving through the city streets.




Rebeltech are a PR company that focuses on helping B2B tech startups to grow. They pride themselves on being gutsy, disruptive storytellers.

While working at Polleni, I was asked to help on the rebrand. To convey the brands personality I developed a bold and brash colour palette, stretched phonetic typography and monochrome imagery.




Campaign for release of the iconic 1974 One Star sneaker, featured stars including Tove Lo, Mabel McVey, Leo Mandella and A$AP Nas and Zayn Malik. Output spanned buses, Digital Escalator Panels, Westfield LEDs, flyposting and billboard takeovers across key Europen sites. Created while working at Stereo.

_Campaign Design
_Design for Motion



Flip is a new vegan cafe and deli in Bristol, North Street. They wanted a brand identity that would reflect their ethos of flipping people's perception on vegan food. The identity uses opposing colours and patterns to convey this.


Thirsty Smile


Thirsty Smile are a microbrewery based in Bermondsey, London. Working with them I developed a brand identity for them that incorporated quirky illustrations and typefaces.




To coincide with the first anniversary of the Nike SNEAKRS App, Stereo Creative were asked to create a high-impact, fast-paced film to disrupt the sneaker community. With quick cuts, edgy visuals and bold typography, this video embodied the very hype it created. Created while working at Stereo.

_Design for Motion

Arts & Culture


Arts & culture work for various clients, including a invite for a Cassini space mission funeral. Club night posters for interactive theatre-makers, Coney and a poetry pamphlet in response to motorway service stations.



Working with Ben has been a really positive experience which resulted in a great outcome for our business. We required a brand identity for a new vegan deli & cafe that we were launching and wanted a bold contemporary logo that projected a strong personality. Ben was very quick to understand our ideas and quickly came back with suggestions that were far more innovative and interesting than the other opinions that we sought. We are really pleased with the brand and have received a lot of positive feedback from others.

Pierre Fox
Owner, Flip Deli & Cafe

Ben was a total pleasure to work with. He was efficient, professional and created beautiful designs for us. He was always quick to respond and worked hard to perfect the designs, making sure we were happy with everything. He has so many great ideas and is highly skilled. Ben really is an asset to any project - we’ll definitely be working with him again.

Ella Frears
Writer. Poet. Visual Artist

Coney have been working with Ben as a graphic designer for over 4 years. He’s always our first call - speedy, ever-reliable and with an intuitive brilliance for grasping a brief and transforming it into something wonderful.

Tassos Stevens
Director, Coney