The Harlequin Theatre & Cinema, situated in Redhill, Surrey, were looking for a freelance graphic designer and illustrator who could oversee design and illustration for a variety of marketing collateral. Projects included: Design and illustration for world cinema, LGBT season, autism & dementia friendly screening poster, flyer and advertising Design and illustration for accessible screening […]
The Who Cares? Trust are a charity focusing on children and young people in the UK living in care. They required a graphic designer and illustrator to design and illustrate a printer friendly letter template. This would be downloaded, printed and completed by youth with the assistance of their care worker. The project entitled ‘Hopes […]
In collaboration with Charlotte Craig from Neon Web Design I used Sara Pascoe’s branding to create a fun business card to promote her skills as a popular author. This was a particularly interesting project, as we used a UV spot varnish in places to really emphasise aspects of the design, such as the star bursts […]
Pick Me Design was privileged to be approached by The Horniman Museum and Gardens to assist in their drive to target a new generation of visitors to the South London attraction. This job demanded the services of both a graphic designer and illustrator. The first stage involved designing a poster and flyers that would be used […]
Tea Dance for Little People is a social enterprise based in SE London, aimed at improving access to quality creative play for families with young children. They required a graphic designer and illustrator to produce an A6 double sided flyer to promote an event for under 5’s, including a bespoke illustration by Pick Me Design.