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There’s more to Life than photographs…

April 20, 2010

As much as we love a good photograph here at Life, we do a bit more than just upload images. Over the past week, I’ve been taken by the amazing photography that surrounds us – both from our own lovely band of photographers and from images depicting the far-reaching events in Iceland.

However, the images have filled a bit of a gap in our blogging as we work around the clock [or, so it seems!], to get work out and into the hands of our clients. We finally managed to clear a tiny bit of space at the weekend, when a handful of our projects completed, to enjoy the gorgeous Spring sunshine. Inspired by our friend Ben at Thyme Out Delicatessen, we also went a little bit “Good Life” and sowed some seeds. Invite to Life Towers when the carrots, onions, potatoes and assorted herbs emerge…

So, what’ve we been doing? Well, the super sexy and sleek Dirteeze site went live last week – has cleaning ever looked as enticing? Life designed the website, Chris, our designer, having been the inspiration behind the Dirteeze branding and packaging. Dirteeze is surely the Chanel of the cleaning world…

Dirteeze - taking cleaning to a whole new level

Dirteeze - taking cleaning to a whole new level

Bleuettextiles website also went live last week. Founder and owner Lucy wanted to showcase, very stylishly and simplistically, the range of her amazing products – these can all be bought via her website, as we also developed an online shop. Browse, buy, wear… Job done!

Bleuettextiles

Bleuettextiles

A speculative email to Life from new client Lee Raynor has led to us working on a re-brand, for his company, Medical Claims Online. Chris, our senior creative designer, quickly got to grips with Lee’s vision and the new logo is now out there –

MCO Logo - designed by Life

MCO Logo - designed by Life

Further work on promotional material material is currently ongoing, and Lee & his company are now up and running on Twitter too. We designed the background and set him up so he can communicate very quickly and effectively via one of Life’s very favourite mediums!

Couldn’t let a blog go by with out some images, so here’s a sneak preview of a recent shoot commissioned for the re-branding of felicini, Didsbury by Ilian, one of Life’s photographers…

felcini Locanda, Didsbury by Ilain

felcini Locanda, Didsbury by Ilain

felicini Locanda, Didsbury by Ilian

felicini Locanda, Didsbury by Ilian

felicini Locanda, Didsbury by Ilian

felicini Locanda, Didsbury by Ilian

felicini Locanda, Didsbury by Ilian

felicini Locanda, Didsbury by Ilian

felicini Locanda, Didsbury by Ilian

felicini Locanda, Didsbury by Ilian

We’ve also just uploaded The Didsbury Open Gardens website. This event is fairly new on the Didsbury calendar, but think Chelsea Flower Show meets Come Garden With Me – it’s the opportunity in the year to have a legitimate nose around those gorgeous Didsbury gardens you can only usually envy as you try to soak up in the sun, in your “courtyard garden”. [Aka “back yard”, but we did love love the estate agent’s use of hyperbole!]…

Didsbury Open Gardens 2010

Didsbury Open Gardens 2010

So, we’ve finally made a little bit of headway and have some lovely new work to add to our portfolio. But – fabulously, as we run our own business, we can’t kick back just yet. Emerging, just over the horizon, we have MacleodBradley Online Boutique, Shape Developments, Didsbury Arts Festival 2010, Dobsons Solicitors, LiveRes, Alpha Elite, Cactus Designs, Safe Gas Solutions…

Looks like that holiday might just have to be put on hold!

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