new graphic design projects

Posted by carlotta on Monday January 19th, 2015 at 3:19pm

The graphic design side of my business has been busy and growing strong. I now have a whole new section of my website devoted entirely to it, which which you can find here. I am currently in the midst of designing and producing a third title for Hare & Heron Press, as well as having created their visual identity and their web site. All three books were written by children’s author Julian Warrender whom I met through my Local Food Producers project. Julian runs Ouse Valley Foods and makes the most wonderful jams. We soon became fast friends and collaborators on a number of projects, both photographic and literary.

The first book we worked on together was Granny Marmalade and Uncle Tractor, beautifully illustrated by Gavin Rowe and printed about two years ago. It captures the changing year in a jam factory and on a farm, and the reciprocal relationship between the land and cooking. Last summer I designed and produced a book with adorable illustrations by local artist Lyndsey Smith. Ivy, Julian’s little dog, loses her ball and asks her pals in The Railway Land Dog’s Club to help find it. The third book is well under way and I will be writing more about it as we approach publication. Design and production of this self-published illustrated children's book for the author Julian Warrender Branding and web design for Hare & Heron Press http://hareandheronpress.comIllustrated children's book


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