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Elle Wilks, founder of Raising Rebels, needed a logo designer to assist her with her branding for an exciting new project! Raising Rebels is a UK nonprofit, supporting parents and teachers to challenge gender stereotypes and gender roles at home and in the classroom. Elle has built an online resource hub of tools, books, blogs […]

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Ingenie are a ‘black box’ telematics car insurance provider, based in Leatherhead, Surrey. They required a graphic designer and illustrator to assist them with a selection of projects: Brochure layout design, including photo and copy editing, bespoke illustrations for ‘The 5 Gears: How to support your child as they learn to drive’ a 40 page […]

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Lewisham Music Hub and Lewisham Music Service, based in Catford, South East London, required a graphic designer and illustrator, to create a folded A5 colour flyer including bespoke illustrations and graphics promoting after school music groups and classes.

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Lewisham Music Service based in Catford, South East London is the lead partner in the Lewisham Music Hub, a new network of local and regional music organisations supporting music learning in and out of school across the borough and beyond for young people aged 5 to 18. They required a freelance graphic designer and illustrator to produce […]

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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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Lewisham Education Arts Network (LEAN) required a graphic designer to produce a flyer to promote the Recognition Youth Festival, in Deptford, South London. This was a dual-sided folded flyer that doubles up as poster (as shown) to promote the festival. The premise of the festival was to engage young people in the area and to promote […]

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