artistic style with the end product in mind


illustrations and artwork add personality to any graphic design project
Taking time to consider what type of illustration styling is suitable for your project is essential.
Illustrative style

There are many types of illustrators and illustrative styles. Over the years we’ve applied illustrations to café walls, cushions, packaging, websites, and printed materials such as greeting cards, brochures and posters for our clients.

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Good design is good business.
- Thomas Watson Jr

Illustrations can reflect the personality of your business, just as a logo design or choice of font can do. Is something realistic desired, or would you prefer a cartoon-like figure? Should you go with bright colours or perhaps something more subdued? Do you require illustrations that are three-dimensional or two? These are all questions that we can talk through with you to ensure your project is suitable for your business and your customer base.

budgets and guidelines
We like to start at the finish.

By this we mean that we start with the end result in mind – where is your illustration going? What size and format is suitable? If you are releasing a range of homewares such as cushions, you might designate a 40x40cm space for the illustrations, and that your budget allows printing of 2-colours. By ascertaining any restrictions that are required, we can create your illustrations and artwork in a way that will suit your budget and the printing process, thereby allowing you and your customers to enjoy the finished result.

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Our work
View some of our recent case studies which include illustration
A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry