Established in 1962, the Overton Black Arrows archery club was founded to allow members to enjoy all aspects of the sport of archery and share this with the local community.
The club routinely hosts tournaments recognised by archers both across the south and on a national level. With over 100 members the club has a rich history, so it was important to give them a badge they could wear with pride.
Working closely with the club's comittee, I produced several iterations. A handful of these designs featured elements drawn from the club logo (a logo I had redesigned digitally a few years prior) to ensure the badge would be familar and visually consistent.
In total, 100 badges were produced and distributed to club members and competition entrants.