David Airey is an independent brand identity designer working with companies of all sizes since 2005.
Published on January 17th, 2007 Read the 6 comments »
Very often the solution is in the problem.
Problem: design stationery for a small theatre.
Solution: make the stationery small.
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Appreciate the link David. Any chance we could see the small stationery?
Oh, and by the way, you also have to post a picture of your desk, right now (Ben http://noisydecentgraphics.typepad.com/design/2007/01/my_desk_right_n.html says so).
In the style of the post I only have that little image unfortunately. I had a search online for you but to no avail.
Oh, and my girlfriend’s out with the camera but I’ll try to remember to take a desk shot when she’s back.
OK – but no tidying up in the meantime. And will that £214,726 be on there?
Wondeful Idea, I posted this on the myspace graphic design blog a while back as a great example of a good idea.
Nicely presented too.
Lee, it was through you that I discovered this great design work.
If you had a website I’d certainly link to it.
This is great stationary. I would not have been able to resist making the small red card appear to look like a red theatre curtain. I am glad they did.
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