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Ant Creations and Tigers Family appearing in the Harborough Mail newspaper!

Here's a little piece that appeared in the Harborugh Mail this week. It's a screen grab from their website so here's a link to the actual site if you would like to read it, like it or share it from their site.

A few little bits of info not 100% accurate but hey ho, that's the nature of being in the press! And before you ask yes that's my office and yes the walls are shocking, bright pink! They help me wake up in the morning :) Enjoy!

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Rambutan - St Pancras Hotel 'Thank You' Card

 

I've recently been working with a great company based in Market Harborough, Leicestershire. The company is called Rambutan, and we have just finished a project together designing a 'Thank You' greetings card for a client of theirs.
I created the image on the front of the card, which depicts the St Pancras Hotel in that there London town. If you've ever seen the place then you will know that the building is a real beauty! Very cool place and a piece of architectural brilliance. One thing it's not is simple, yet the style needed to be quite simplistic (fairly different to how I normally work).
The images below show the vector design as I created it in Illustrator, and also a photo showing the card after it has been printed.

 


As usual I would love to hear your comments. Cheers!

 

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Calling all Market Harborough and LE16 Creatives! Do you feel the need to network?

I'm currently looking into the possibility of starting some sort of networking group for creatives specifically from the Market Harborough and LE16 areas. Maybe getting together on perhaps a monthly basis but mainly communicating via groups on perhaps Facebook or LinkedIn (?)

I'm trying to find whether there is enough interest from people who consider their job, business or professional ambition to be referred to as creative. I'm thinking designers, illustrators, artists, writers etc. but I am really quite open to what others consider creative. All I am asking is that people have a professional viewpoint when considering their own creative skills. I'm not interested in coffee and biscuits and talking about art, but a professional group of individuals who want to help and inspire one another to be more successful in their chosen creative fields.

If anyone would like to discuss the possibility further. then please visit my Facebook page and join the discussion. I would be very interested to know anyone's thoughts.

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