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Gooding Aluminium, based in Lewisham, South East London needed a graphic designer and illustrator to assist them with a variety of marketing and promotional projects. This flyer is designed to be sent out with sample packs (also designed by Pick Me Design) to potential new customers such as architects, interior designers and building contractors to […]

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Jerrold Cheam required a graphic designer and illustrator to create a logo for his new business, Empower Acupuncture, based in Morden, South West London. I wanted to incorporate a needle, without it looking contrived. I achieved this by using it with the letter ‘o’, representing the warmth you feel around the needle during the treatment itself. […]

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Boffix, a business support service, with offices in Leatherhead Surrey and Central London, were looking for a graphic designer and illustrator who could oversee design and illustration for a variety of projects: Bespoke illustrations for use through out their brand new website Logo & social media avatar design Illustrations for Facebook advertising campaign Sales Guide […]

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Graham Johnston of Brockley Therapy required a freelance graphic designer to create a logo and a flyer to promote his newly launched psychotherapy and counselling service, based in Brockley, South East London. “Sarah’s help and professional service were brilliant. It’s not just that she reassured that she would design a great logo with the thought and […]

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RMG PR & Events situated in Fulham, London needed a graphic designer to design an advert that would promote their business in the latest World Boutique Hotel Awards guide.

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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 […]

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The Rainbow Collective aims to improve art activities on offer to pre-school children in Lewisham, South East London. They needed a graphic designer to create a fun logo, but it couldn’t be exclusive to a particular art form, so I felt a large use of colour was the best way forward! Commissioned by Lewisham Education Arts Network […]

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