February is here! Our creative customers have been busy bees getting their businesses print ready, updating their marketing collateral and even doing a bit of upcycling. Take it away guys, the stage is yours!
Freelance illustrator and designer Josie’s exciting work, inspired by vintage posters and branding, really come to life on these itsy bitsy cards. Based in Surrey, Josie has a number of competition winners under her belt and is currently working on her on-going project Illustrating For Days, where she’s illustrating particular days or events during the year.
Vicky Perry’s floral RSVP’s are a great way to brighten your day. And hey, we are obviously fans of bright pink here, but we also love the subtle use of monochrome and a cheeky bit of gold! Brighton based wedding stationer Vicky is all about affordable, beautiful and engaging designs that her clients obviously adore.
York dwelling Barbara Stretch is the busy bee designer, illustrator and tea maker at Joosey Bee Designs. She’s worked on stationery featuring beautiful fonts, family portraits and flowers, to campervans and even dinosaurs. A great mix of cute, intricate and stylish, we are big fans of Babs and her work!
Two Little Misters is a blog ran by first-time mum to twins Gemma, who recently upcycled an old box that had been kicking about in the house with one of our display boards! After a few licks of chalk paint, she looked at ways to personalise it. Gemma got to work with a chalkboard style design on Illustrator and fitted it perfectly to the now toy box. We are sure Douglas and Arthur are chuffed!
Beautiful shoe retailer Molemi Fine Footwear, with stores in Stratford-upon-Avon and Chipping Campden in the Cotswolds, is all about stylish shoes that are also comfortable. We love their branding and colours, which work so well on their leaflets and flyers. A great way to market your business in a simple and chic way! Putting their best foot forward as usual.
Specialising in Welsh language prints and cards, Swansea based illustrator Megan Tucker’s pretty and fresh logo is what really caught our eye with all its watercolour wonderfulness. She’s a dab hand at hand-lettering, product design and children’s illustrations, and her work can be found in quite a few gift boutiques across Wales.
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