A beautiful Cypriot holiday villa wanted a new logo incorporating olives/greek pottery and a general mediterranean vibe. As per usual I created a range of options and left it up to the owners to decide which they preferred as a final.
Right, it feels like holiday o'clock now, get me on a plane!
Having worked for a Property Surveyor in the past, dabbling with CAD technician work and designing the odd car port or two, I'm no stranger to reading architectural plans, and helping people "see" what they are describing. Some recent such work.
Pretty ambitiously, I wanted to double the number of shops my products are in this year (a total target of 2...)
Aim low and you succeed!!
You can see and even purchase some friendly illustrated animal cards in the lovely tearoom and farm shop Limes Farm in Farthinghoe. I can personally recommend both tea and cake.
Following my brochure work earlier in the year (scroll down!) I was approached to create another series of architectural illustrations for a commercial property undergoing a complete overhaul, so that the development company could attract new tenants before the work was completed.
As a happy coincidence, I had also drawn the architectural plans for the property whilst working through my Uni summers, so knew the old girl quite well already!
A slightly distorted Streetview image of before work began...
With a spot of imagination...
I'll aim to add an "after" image once work has finished.
Lately I've undertaken a body of work for a property development company, creating a brochure and its contents from scratch to assist a large scale planning application. This involved research of the people involved, scripting the proposition, illustrating architectural drawings, providing photographs and finally designing the layout and hand binding each proposal. I wonder if I get a bonus if it's passed..?