Exciting NEW Enterprise with….Enterprise!

A new blog post about a new alliance with Enterprise Inns PLC. Lovegrove Design and Photography are now working closely with Enterprise to improve the branding of their pubs within the Westcountry

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Flexible affordable vehicle signage

Vehicle livery is now more versatile than ever and I am pleased to announce a new service and product to my customers.

You may think that getting your commercial vehicle signwritten is beyond your budget, or what about if you drive a car for business?, or what about if you have both? [..]

DIY…do you?

It seems we live in a DIY society these days…it started with decorating and DIY mechanics, bringing about the rise of brands such as Homebase and the good old Haynes Manuals, but whether you consider yourself handy with a hammer or not, we are ALL guilty of this trend in one way or another, more so than ever in challenging economic times. The combination of an inquisitive mind and the desire to save a few bob leads us into temptation to have a crack at tasks ourselves that we are not qualified to attempt. [..]

Why YOU are an integral part of your brand

I was asked recently to post a blog about how I attract new customers. I confess I wasn’t sure how to answer until last night.

Yesterday I supposedly took an afternoon and evening off in order to have a meal and some drinks with family and friends. It started off well and I began to unwind from a busy week in good company enjoying a few laughs along the way. [..]

I am lucky enough to have received design commissions from all over the world including Bali, Dubai, France and now Spain. This latest commission was I admit a bit of a challenge.

You see, sometimes the role of  a designer is less creative than you may think and instead more intuitive. With only virtual communication available it is imperative that briefs are accurately exchanged and the limited lines of communication are kept as wide open as possible. [..]

The life of a designer can be a strange one sometimes

Having been asked to embark on a new logo design for friend Scot Baston over at Zooming Feet, I was left initially with a very open brief which is often a designer’s nightmare.
You see, often a client will actually have little idea about which direction they would like their branding to take or indeed how they want to be portrayed by the world and potential future customer. It’s my job to get inside my client’s head, advise on and interpret their vision, however vague that initial concept is and commissions don’t get any more inside someone’s head than this one.

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