Pamela Tait captures the spirit of Belle and Sebastian in beautiful illustrated lyric book

And on the page, it’s clear to see why he felt this way. Pamela’s unusual characters, each picked out in soft, delicate linework, have an appropriate mischief and sincerity about them. And rather than dominating the space, they interact with the lyrics in a subtle way to make even the most familiar of lyrics feel… Continue reading Pamela Tait captures the spirit of Belle and Sebastian in beautiful illustrated lyric book

Morag Myerscough’s ‘endless ribbon’ brings light and colour to Coventry’s high street

Based on her belief that “careful regeneration and renewal of public spaces can play an innovative role in nurturing a sense of collective wellbeing through the use of art and nature”, Myerscough hopes the new permanent artwork will help locals feel the healing properties of light, colour and plants. It’s one of many of Myerscough’s… Continue reading Morag Myerscough’s ‘endless ribbon’ brings light and colour to Coventry’s high street

Brand Brothers gives a healthy pet food brand an overhaul with ‘chubby’ custom type

Brand Brothers created a new logo with an original typographic design, one that is “chubby and tasty” with a strong yet ordered structure. The logo represents the backbone of the visual identity: bright and colourful but with a raw and graphic feel set against monochrome backgrounds to add further impact. Accompanying typography comes with a… Continue reading Brand Brothers gives a healthy pet food brand an overhaul with ‘chubby’ custom type

Film series by British Beauty Council reminds us why salons are essential to our wellbeing

Sadly, more than 7,000 salons in the UK have gone out of business since last March following the forced closures in light of the pandemic; the British Beauty Council fears more businesses will suffer the same fate unless people start returning for treatments. Worth an estimated £30 billion in the UK, the beauty industry was… Continue reading Film series by British Beauty Council reminds us why salons are essential to our wellbeing