Well it’s been a busy week for business print and wedding work hasn’t it?! All those festive proposals and exhibitions are bringing home the bacon, and that’s why you need to keep an eye on your marketing materials and stocks! Give yourself a quick break to absorb some inspiring customer creations below.
These monochrome masterpieces are by the ridiculously talented Rachel Gannon, who is based in Caterham, Surrey. A graphic designer with more than 7 years’ experience, Rachel created these perfect invitations for a client getting married in France, and incorporated the stunning reception venue of Chateau de Varennes into the invitation.
If you like animals, you’ll fall head over heels for Cherith and her designs. The Edinburgh based gift and homeware designer is fresh back from Top Drawer, where she was showing off all her beautiful work, including in this brochure. Recognise her designs? That’s because it was on Sainsbury’s confectionary not so long ago. A talent to watch for sure!
Annika’s handpainted floral garland so gets us in the mood for spring, with her colour palette chosen to match the bride’s bouquet. A print textile designer and flower enthusiast, Annika is busy designing prints across a variety of trends for womenswear. She enjoys nothing more than seeing her prints pop up in high street stores, so keep an eye out for them.
Made in Devon, Bots and Boots are lovingly hand drawn robots and welly boot pictures which can be personalised with names and text, as well as framed – perfect for an alternative family portrait! With their new business cards and stickers in hand, we are sure they’ll be super busy with work.
It’s always very exciting when a customer of ours is designing their own wedding invitations, which is exactly what Emma did when she got married in October 2016. We love Emma’s use of typography and how she utilised the colour scheme, and even a cheeky envelope liner made an appearance.
Nordic necklaces galore adorn Alice Clarke’s new spring/summer 2017 collection brochure. Designed by Jake Clarke, the brochure shows off her jewellery in intricate detail. Based in North Yorkshire, Alice is busy stocking galleries and retail outlets worldwide with her collections.
Which creation sticks out the most for you? Let us know by commenting and you’ll receive printed.com points!
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