Everyone knows I’m a bit “extra” when it comes to parties, so when my Wonder Woman costume arrived, it came as no surprise to some that it wasn’t good enough for me.
I love the original Wonder Woman costume and wanted one exactly like this but they were going for a minimum of £500 on eBay! So I decide to make it myself 😳
I kept the shop-bought one just incase, but needless to say, I didn’t need it! Here’s how I made my costume…
For the two years that I spent planning our wedding, I was known as the “crazy peacock lady” — at least, that’s how I reminded people of who I was over the phone!! However, despite what some people think, I don’t have a crazy fascination with peacocks! Honest! I’m the sort of designer who gets immersed in my projects and I really enjoy tying everything together and sticking to a theme.
It seems like every wedding/party you go to, they have a photo booth! It’s because they are so much fun. There’s something about dressing up that makes people relax more and enjoy themselves.
I love the old fashioned 1920s style photo booths with the paper moon, so for our wedding I decided to make my own! Of course!
Time to Change are England’s biggest programme to challenge mental health stigma and discrimination.
Ocean have been asked to produce a number of infographic posters which will engage and attract a wider audience. Time to Change wanted this poster to tell a story and to show the ‘path’ taken to helping tackle stigma within black and minority ethnic communities. We decided to design this poster in a comic strip style to make it easier to read and understand. Time to Change were also able to use each section on its own for other material.
A celebration is a great opportunity to do some personal work, which I never seem to have much time to do!
My partner loves maps, so I decide that travel/journeys would be our theme. After all, life is a journey, and this is the beginning of our journey together, as a couple.
Sadly Roger Lloyd-Pack died of Pancreatic cancer today, at the age of 69. In his memory I thought I’d share a short story of when he came into our store, whilst I was working at Christo Print and Design. This story will make me look quite stupid – but sometimes we have to laugh at ourselves…