Wednesday, March 11, 2015

RECENT WORK: NATALIE Z ART PORTFOLIO

I started a new project with one of my lovely existing clients, Natalie of Natalie Z Art towards at end of last year. She wanted to start up a portfolio site to run alongside her blog, showing off her illustrations and other work. She was also after a few little stickers to attach to her parcels when she sent them out from her online store. It was so much fun seeing these projects come to life! You can pop over and see her site here, and be sure to check out her online store here! The previous work I have done with Natalie can be seen over here.





Wednesday, February 4, 2015

PRETTY PATTERN 17: VIKKI CHU

I've just discovered illustrator Vikki Chu. Her work is gorgeous - lots of water colours, and lots of florals. I definitely recommend checking her out, I could spend hours poring over her Tumblr...



Tuesday, January 20, 2015

MOOD BOARD 08: MASCULINE EDGE

And now for something completely different! This is a mood board I created for a project a little while back, one with a look I don't usually work with. My client was after a look that was masculine and sporty, fun and exciting, while being relatively minimalist. What do you think? I'm loving this colour scheme!



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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

RECENT WORK 9: ADELAIDE HILLS VETERINARY ACUPUNCTURE

A little while ago, a lovely vet by the name of Dr Emma Rowe got in touch with me. She was wondering if I would be able to create her a website for her business, using the Blogger platform. Initially I wasn't sure if it would work, as Blogger has certain restraints in design and functionalilty which can get in the way if you want to use it create something other than a traditional blog. However we decided we'd give it a go, and I'm so glad we did! We now have a lovely site up and running for Dr Emma's work. If you're in the Adelaide Hills area and you're in need of veterinary services, Dr Emma's your lady - you can pop over to see her site here!




Friday, December 19, 2014

HANDMADE FIND 39: HARTHORNE

How gorgeous are these unique necklaces from Harthorne? Made from sustainable Tasmanian hardwood and the loveliest fabrics (including prints!) I think they would look amazing on their own or layered up. I especially love the black spot, mint and silver combo!



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