Watercolour Paper Wins.

Seriously, all this time and money I've spent hunting down decent paper stock for projects when water colour paper is the most beautiful thing on earth. I think once I leave uni I'll purposefully find projects that only work with watercolour paper as a decent stock..

Anyway, last summer I picked up a branding brief for a charity company, Knit and Natter. Finally got around to printing and mocking up all the work for this today - Fair stoked on how it's looking. Props to Miss Hurst for the oven glove style knitted gloves. Oh, and like always - More on the flikr

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