Just in time for the Christmas rush, our e-commerce shop is ready for orders! Introducing our brand Lemon-T “No Excuses. No Apologies”, our range of art prints and graphic t-shirts.
It’s our way of proving how gorgeous and simple drag and drop website builders can be, in the right hands of course! This one is also e-commerce enabled and fully integrated with our social media feeds, such as Facebook, Twitter etc…
Being the shallow designers that we are, working on a project that’s all about beauty is right up our catwalk.
So when Matisse Beauty Clinic came calling to help update their website and brochure for 2014 we set the sun bed to mahogany, sharpened our (eyebrow) pencils and got to work. And as Matisse is a Clarins authorised clinic we had a make up box full of the most glamorous images to try on.
The result? A drop dead gorgeous face lift to the website and after a relaxing detox and shine the brochure’s never looked better.
Here’s to a sculpted, firm and highly polished 2014 at Matisse Beauty.
Above is our latest email newsletter about our recent work for Honeybrook Farm & Riverside Park.
We were tasked with increasing the number of visitors to the park over the summer months. After discussing the client’s requirements and researching the park’s visitor profile we suggested widening the reach of their marketing with a more family focused campaign. We refreshed the branding using a collection of illustrated farmyard characters and produced new advertising, print, signage plus a newspaper insert drop to over 120,000 households.
Sir Richard Glyn, owner of Honeybrook, wrote: “Thank you for the Stone Design experience this summer. Your swift understanding of our situation and need and translation into a mini instant campaign with brilliant graphics and copy made a huge difference to our summer performance. As a result of your good work, we broke our all-time earnings record.”
Thanks to the success of this year’s campaign we have been invited to develop Honeybrook’s branding and marketing, as well as refresh the online presence, in 2014. The park will be closed to visitors over the winter season and we look forward to collaborating with the team at Honeybrook to attract even more visitors to this gorgeous park in the new year.
You can see more of our work for Honeybrook here.
“The Black Hills are not for Sale”, on a lamp-post in Washington DC. This is an ongoing land dispute (the Black Hills in North Dakota) between Native Americans from the Sioux nation and the United States Federal Government.
Boss, I know you’ll be reading this – can I have one of these please?
These wonderful vibrant colours are everywhere here in the Keys and they make me happy too!
I wish my local off-licence looked more like this one on Overseas Highway, next to Denny’s Columbian Cafe (best for cafe con leche) Key Largo.
Arrived at beautiful Key Largo and tomorrow we dive!
The best bicycle rack ever, as seen at the old Delray train station, FL.
Loving this travel poster and signage.