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I'm James Kindred, a brand consultant and graphic designer based in Suffolk. I have over 25 years of experience in brand development, graphic design and digital delivery.
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Why have you kept a reference of “Robin Hoods Bay – The story behind the print”?
Hello there! This is one of the many images I've admired on Pinterest. While I don't own these images, I certainly appreciate their aesthetics.
For designers, Pinterest is more than just a platform; it's a visual library, brimming with inspiration and innovative concepts.
Branding influence goes beyond just a memorable logo; it establishes a company's visual identity and sets the tone for customer interactions. In design, simplicity is the ultimate sophistication, leading to clarity and user-friendly experiences. Design is the magical process of turning abstract ideas into tangible visuals, creating value and meaning. Design sits at the crossroads of business and art, driving commercial success through creativity.
What Pinterest tells us about this image
I’d like to share with you a new print that I’ve been working on. Below I’ve mapped out each stage of the process of creating the linocut design, so that you get a real feel of what’s involved. Step 1: Planning the design I mainly work from photographs, usually my own that I’ve taken whilst out walking or cycling. I find it easier to work in Adobe Illustrator to draw my design, as it’s a program I use all the time for my graphic design work. This way I can roughly colour up the design to see … – This was originally posted on Pinterest. See the original