GROOVY PEARL DESIGNS
Welcome to Groovy Pearl Designs.
We specialise in designing magazines, brochures, ads, image retouching and cutouts, logos and illustration.
Take a moment to look through our gallery, and/or drop us a line for a friendly, no obligation chat.
LOVE PATCHWORK (2014)
Part of a creative series of bookazines with a very specific look. I was tasked not only with layout but with the retouching too.
Magazine Layout and Design
VE DAY (2015)
One off special to commemorate the 70th anniversary of VE Day.
DOWN SYNDROME COMMUNITY (2016)
Community Logo for Down Syndrome support group in Seattle,Washington.
Bookazine Layout and Illustration
MAKE YOUR OWN GIFTS AND TOYS (2014)
Festive bookazine incorporating illustration, retouching and design.
EXPLORE SCIENCE (2015)
Two double paged spreads illustrating the history of the universe.
MODEL ENGINEER MAGAZINE (2016)
Front Cover Image for Model Engineer Magazine.
"Thank you, thank you, thank you for your help and support!!!"
Alison - Down Syndrome Community of Puget Sound Dec 2016
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