I was recently approached by Mischievous Marketing to gather more information about my successes and the Speed Plus Project which I took part in this year. It is a series of workshops, funding and mentoring to help start up businesses. My brilliant mentor was Paula Tew, who has had a number of years of experience within the creative industry.
The article has been printed in today’s Lutterworth mail, here it is!
I experimented with some foiling in the studio yesterday, here are some examples! The foil definitely adds to the designs and brings the colours out.
I’ve been working on my watercolour style specifically for surface pattern design on paper products and making it a little cleaner for this purpose. Here’s a little sneak preview of a christmas design!
I’m very very excited to be represented by Inspire Art Licensing. I’ll be creating designs for a range of products such as greeting cards, wrapping paper and gift bags. I’ve visited the studio in Nottingham already over the past few weeks and have really enjoyed it so far. So watch this space really! Click here to visit Inspire’s blog.
Here’s a sneaky preview of some elements of christmas designs I’ve been painting!
I’m very excited to have teamed up with the lovely people at Print Majic to sell my designs on their customised wrapping paper. They are a local company to me which is great as I can pop in and see my work getting printed! Check out their website here.
I’ve been having lots of fun design some printed material for promotion. The best thing is that I think my personality has been completely stamped over the pack I’ve made. I’ve had some great comments from some companies so that’s been great. I’ve used Moo.com for most all the printing, they are awesome!
So here’s my question: What do you like the most about designing promotional material? I’d love to see some of your examples!