Smithfield offers serviced and virtual offices in Farringdon and Blackfriars, London. They required a graphic designer and illustrator to assist them with redesigning their brand and creating bespoke illustrations advertising their office locations. This exciting commission involved creating three versions of their logo; one for each office location and the third is a design to […]
Imogen required a freelance graphic designer to assist her with a rebrand of her existing logo. It needed to be suitable for use on all printed marketing materials (including business cards and flyers), her website, and shop signage at her holistic therapies practice in Reigate, Surrey.
Denise Burrows is a Holistic Therapist based in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. Denise required the services of a graphic designer to create a logo that avoided the usual themes that are popular in the therapy industry. Using her initials I came up with an ID that I felt gave it a professional feel with a nod to the […]
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 […]
The White Room SE4 is a fashion boutique and workshop salon situated in Crofton Park, SE London offering a range of courses such as dressmaking and pattern cutting. They needed a graphic designer to create a brand new logo and an A6 flyer using owner Nicky’s pretty fashion illustrations to promote the business.
Buckinghamshire based Janet Sealy Partnership, a specialist in business events and marketing, needed a graphic designer to refresh of their existing brand to feature on their new website and to appear on all their marketing and stationery. I was also commissioned to design some new business cards.