Tag: design

Love this…

A typographic tongue twister tea towel (try saying that a few times in a row!) – we love the use of bold block work of different type faces and colour. And these gorgeous Alphabet tiles…

Hot New Products.

Thought you would like to know what new products we have added to the site. The first two items are aimed at children however I’m sure all ages will enjoy. Below we have personalised ‘Bunny and Bear’ teddies, perfect for a ‘new born’ gift or a christening present. They come in blue and pink gingham […]

Recent reviews

It’s always nice to get feedback, so we’ve started emailing customers to see what they had to say. The first batch went out at the end of last week and so far we’ve had a great response. Here’s a selection: “Great product and great service, much better than giving a voucher as a wedding present, […]

It’s nice to be liked…

We’ve just found out we were mentioned in the fabulous ‘Stylist’ magazine recently. They ran a profile piece on one the the talented founders of notonthehighstreet.com, Sophie Cornish. She was kind enough to single Wendy out as one of the ‘business brains she admires’, saying that she liked the way she combined ‘business sense with […]

Studio additions

We’ve been sprucing up the studio with some lovely maps from Herb Lister – they took some hanging but it was worth the effort. Only downside is it makes you want to go off on holiday! A detail from the New York map. Lovely line illustration work in a very 1950’s style which we looove. […]

Introducing… the new Studio

I know its been very quiet on the Letterfest blog for some time, but I do have a god excuse – 5 months of builders!!! We were working from the two spare bedrooms in the house, but as we’ve got busier and busier it was only a matter of time before we needed bigger premises. […]

Macs Brewhouse and Bar

Theres a beer in New Zealand called Macs, and they use a really funky handrawn typeface on all their packaging. And they have a chain of bars around town that have really funky interiors. The main one near Auckland Quay uses upside down standard lamps hanging from the ceiling, and this one uses stacks of […]

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