York Graphic Designers News – recently completed projects and random musings from the York Graphic Designers team.

Local artist Tony Brook launches his 2013 YORK CALENDAR

Following the success of his 2012 York Calendar, our good friend and popular local artist Tony Brook has decided to follow it up with his latest edition for 2013. The Calendar features 12 paintings, a mixture of familiar and not so familiar scenes of our beautiful city, painted in a quirky way, yet still instantly recognisable.
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Michael Schumacher vector illustration (Facebook Timeline and desktop wallpaper download)

As a massive fan of F1 and Michael Schumacher, I decided to create a vector illustration of Schuey that I could print out on canvas and hang in the office. I often get a bit of stick for supporting Schuey instead of the British drivers Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton or Paul Di Resta, but at the age of 11, and before I fully understood or cared about patriotism he had me hooked with his exciting and aggressive driving style. His second stint in Formula 1 has not been the fairytale return I had hoped for, with Schuey only manage to finish two out of the first seven races.
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Logo and web design for the Bilbrough Country Classroom

Vector logo illustration for Bilbrough Country Classroom

We have just completed a logo and website design project for Yorkshire school, The Bilbrough Country Classroom. Set in 25 acres of beautiful North Yorkshire Countryside, the Bilbrough Country Classroom specialise in providing a caring and supportive learning environment for students with emotional and or behavioural issues.
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Logo design for Tarka Clothing

vector illustration of an otter

We have just finished a logo design project for York based children’s clothing suppliers, Tarka Clothing. Tarka specialise in selling Scandinavian Children’s clothing and wanted a clean, modern logo that reflected the simple and elegant style of Scandinavian design.
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Vector portrait illustration project

vector illustration of Charlotte

We were approached by our close friend John to create a vector illustration of his girlfriend Charlotte which he could be transfered onto a large boxed canvas print. John supplied us with a photograph, although after seeing the picture we are convinced he just downloaded it from the internet as she is way out his league (ha, ha, sorry john, only kidding).
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