The Church of the Holy Rude, a stunning medieval church located in Stirling Old Town near the Castle, holds significant historical importance as the place where Mary Queen of Scots' son, King James VI, was crowned King of Scots on 29 July 1567. The ceremony was conducted by Bishop of Orkney, Adam Bothwell, while John Knox delivered the sermon. G3 Creative, a graphic design studio in Glasgow, was tasked with creating a new brand identity and marketing visuals to promote the Church's tours, café, religious services, sermons, special events, and historic archives. At G3 Creative, we pride ourselves on engaging closely with our clients, and we understood that the church holds a special place in the hearts of many. Our primary goal was to revitalize the church's overall branding and communications to better reflect its multifaceted significance.


  • Stirling TourismClient

Church of the Holy Rude Brand Identity