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Latest edition of Ephemera

The latest edition of Ephemera from Hour of Writes * has just been delivered to the offices (design by yours truely!). Issue 6 is in a new slender size format, and is the best issue ever (or so we say). The theme for this issue was ‘Metamodernism & Summer Holidays’ and the Guest Editor was…

Introducing the new CLHF

WEBSITE DESIGN & LOGOTYPE : view the work The Cumbria Local History Federation (CLHF) brings together local history societies, related groups and individuals in Cumbria. They promote the interchange of information about activities and events. Additionally, the Federation provides a forum for liaison, a means of cooperation and a capacity for county-wide activities. The CLHF…

Adopting Adélie penguins

Our commitment to environmental sustainability…   This year we have chosen to adopted the adorable Adélie penguins through the World Wildlife Fund.   Adélie penguins are one of the smallest and most widely found penguins in the Antarctic. They might seem clumsy on land, but they’re brilliant swimmers. They can dive down to 180m –…

Design Thinking

I’m doing a workshop! It is about ‘Design Thinking’ and how this methodology can be used in business – not just the design world. “Most people make the mistake of thinking design is what it looks like… That’s not what design is. It’s not just what it looks and feels like. Design is how it…

Kendal Poetry Festival 2017

In 2016 Pauline Yarwood and Kim Moore held the inaugural Kendal Poetry Festival. It was a huge success, which will be repeated this year. The Festival will be held from 16th – 18th June 2017. The poets appearing at this years festival will be; Malika Booker, Ian Duhig, Inua Ellams, Linda Gregerson, Martin Kratz, William Letford, Tim…

Chisel Point

DESIGN FOR PRINT : view the work Patrick and Anne both had lives outside the ‘Art World’ until they retired. Patrick was an architect, who worked mainly on listed buildings, and Anne was a lecturer who trained Early Years teachers. When they retired, rather than sitting around playing ‘tiddlywinks,’ Patrick and Anne decided to encourage…

Adopting a Snow Leopard…

As part of our commitment to environmental sustainability Lil’ Creative Studio have adopted a Snow Leopard through the World Wildlife Fund.   The elegant snow leopard is one of the world’s most elusive cats. Sparsely distributed across 12 countries in central Asia, it is usually found in high, rugged mountain landscapes at elevations of 3,000–4,500m. But…

New website!

The role technology plays in design constantly changes. During my first few years at University, computers we not considered necessary for projects. We had to cut and paste images, hand render typography and manually mockup layouts. Fast forward a few years and how things have changed.   One of the biggest changes during my working life has been the development…