Get Yourself Connected
We created this mural for the Openreach Offices in Bristol to represent their brilliant team work and connection of super fast broadband to the area. Designed by Lauren and Chloe and then hand-painted using the corporate colours, we absolutely loved creating this piece.
After creating many murals and signs for different companies and individuals, Lauren decided it was about time she did one for herself.
Using her favourite colours and lettering styles, this piece was hand drawn, digitally edited, and hand-painted onto her bedroom wall. Making the world a pretty place is a saying the 2 Sisters love, and is a great thing to wake up and see painted on your wall.
We were commissioned by Whiteley Shopping Centre in Fareham to create their Summer Circus Garden, along with 4 giant murals. By sketching designs, digitally creating the artwork and then hand-painting onto wood, we created free-standing outdoor murals which made an excellent backdrop for whole event.
This is one of our favourite jobs to date and we absolutely love the colours and circus font, painting on this scale is a really exciting challenge.
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Working with a shared house space in Southsea, we were commissioned to create a number of murals and pieces of artwork to make the house more homely and welcoming. We started with a statement piece up the stairs, taken from the road name, using colours of the hallway.
We also added a small lettering mural next to the front door, as a welcome home to all residents. Using vintage circus lettering and a modern colour scheme, we were really pleased with the overall finish.
Small Island Catering Ltd.
After creating exterior signage for the incredible Small Island Catering, we were asked back to create interior signs, as well as a Caribbean inspired mural for their feature wall.
Wanting to capture the sunshine vibes of Small Island's roots, we went for an idyllic scene of palm trees and turquoise waves. Make sure to check Small Island Catering out, based on Fawcett Road, Southsea.
CheeseFestUK are all about bringing the cheesiest cheeses in the world to cities all over the UK, and when they approached us looking for design work we couldn't be more excited!
Looking for 'face in hole' boards with a cheese theme, we pitched CheeseFest a selection of ideas. We then narrowed them down to 4 and began hand painting them onto 2m wooden boards with cheese chunk supports.
Seeing them travel all over the UK was excellent, especially when they came to Portsmouth and we could see the public trying them out for themselves.
After making a small selection of signs for Time Out Cafe in Leigh Park, they asked us back to re-design their children's play area. They wanted to create a Pooh Bear theme, and we were keen to keep it in the style of the traditional books.
Hand-painting the area in a water colour style, we made sure the paint was hard wearing and would withstand many sticky fingers and crayon scribbles.