Having previously worked with Steve to create the identity of a prototype electric motorbike – the eV Twin – he approached Blue House Design to create the identity and marketing collateral for the brand.

Steve was looking to raise interest in the brand and had already booked exhibition spaces at the Monaco Yacht Show and Motorcycle Live – the largest motorcycle exhibition in the UK.

Results and impact

Funding for mass production

Since the Motorcycle Live show, Veitis has secured funding to begin mass production working in partnership with UK universities.

Featured in magazines and newspapers

The brand has gained significant traction being featured in the Telegraph, Motorcycle Sport and Leisure and Motorcycle News – the world’s biggest weekly motorcycle newspaper.

The full story

Brand identity

To create the identity we ran several workshops with Steve to define the values of the brand and the target market. During the workshops we discovered that the bike itself is often what defines the brand. We also found through our research that most competitors developing electric motorbikes aimed to be futuristic.

As the motorbike frame was based on early 20th century designs, we came up with the concept of luxury modern vintage. The finished logo reflected this in a simple and versatile logo and word mark.

The monochromatic colour scheme provides an eloquent and timeless quality often found in luxury brands.

Marketing collateral

The next phase of the project was to create marketing collateral for the exhibitions. We worked with Steve to identify what content to create and where we would need to hire specialists. We came up with a plan to create a high-end brochure that could be handed out at events, a mobile-friendly website and a teaser video.

We knew the art direction was to be photography-led, so Steve commissioned a vehicle photography specialist. At the same time we began work writing the copy for the brochure and website.

Close up detail shot of handlebar and front of the Ev-Twin model
Dramatic photograph of Ev-Twin motorbike

Brochure and website

To compliment the photography and branding, we chose the Montserrat as the primary typeface. We chose Montserrat as it is highly flexible, able to work well across large printed displays down to small mobile digital screens. It also draws on the same vintage values as the brand.

We designed the brochure and website with a magazine editorial feel. This allowed the striking product photography to breathe and take centre stage.

The brochure was printed with a soft-touch cover to add to the luxury experience of the brand we wanted to create.

Mobile friendly exhibition

Exhibitions and events are a core part of the lives of motorbike enthusiasts. Steve himself was a regular attendee, and he aimed to be an active exhibitor at several events. We found a print company with a modular system that would be both portable and allow for different configurations of exhibition space.

U shape and L shape exhibition stand configuration

We also created some additional artwork for a business card and advert for the Motorcycle Live handbook.

Live-action production

Part of the brand is the idea that it harks back to the idea of driving being a pleasurable pursuit. To evoke such emotions we created a live-action teaser video shot on location in the Kent countryside.

We organised and directed a half-day shoot at Boughton Monchelsea Place hiring drone-camera specialists, a model and photographer. The result was a high-quality product teaser video and additional lifestyle photography content.

What we did


  • Brand name development
  • Logo design
  • Modular exhibition stand design
  • Brochure design
  • Copywriting
  • Business card design
  • Handbook advert design
  • Print management

Web design and development

  • Visual design
  • Mobile-friendly and responsive design
  • Front-end development
  • Content optimisation
  • Hosting

Video and photography

  • Live-action production
  • Model hire
  • Drone hire
  • Post-production
  • Lifestyle photography