Stopped by a local printer’s garage printing studio this morning to help print large fabric banners for the art and design fair I’m helping to organise with the Made By collective in June.
Peter came up with the brilliant airplane style typographic design inspired by the fair’s venue of an old airport top hangar. Already looking forward to going back to ‘The Works’ to print some business stationery and vintage woodblock typographic prints of my own.
An organisation ‘committed to offering practical, tailored support to help transform the world’, Stewardship contacted me recently asking for a logo and email banner design for their new email campaign ‘The Art of Giving’. This ten part series looks deeper at generosity and follows current campaign ’40acts’ which has been happening over the past few weeks running up to Easter. Find out more about what they do here.
A5 flyer design for youth-led organisation Otesha UK to promote their ‘Branch Out’ horticultural programme.
Here are some screen shots from the Edible Brum Magazine I recently designed. I’ll take some photos of the recycled 120gsm Offset printed copy soon. Read the whole magazine online here.
As mentioned in my Cotswold post from last week, these are the vintage finds I picked up during my stay. The original vintage trunk/suitcase I found in pretty Stow on the Wold shop, As Long as It Sparkles and is going to be perfect for displaying my handmade cards at future craft fairs. The vinyl records were 50p each from a charity shop in Broadway, bought purely for their great printed paper sleeves and typography. I’m planning to turn the Parlophone vinyl into a bowl like this.