National charity The Reader has worked with Liverpool studio Kaleidoscope on a brand refresh as it prepares to re-open its Calderstones Park HQ following a £5m refurbishment.
The refresh is designed to communicate the warmth and connection of the ‘Reading Revolution’ at the heart of The Reader’s work.
The Reader began life in 1997 as a magazine created by Dr Jane Davis MBE and in 2008 launched as a charity.
Through a growing movement of 1,000 volunteers and partners across health, criminal justice and the community, more than 500 Shared Reading groups take place each week in care homes, hospitals, prisons, homeless shelters, libraries and community spaces.
Kaleidoscope has created a new logo for The Reader Mansion House, which will re-open to the public later this year.