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Growing up, I never really liked stereotypically ‘girly’ things; pink or teddy bears or Disney. I wasn’t bothered about make-up or planning my dream wedding in the future, instead opting to play football with the boys at lunchtime. Other than the obvious physical differences at this time, aged 9, I didn’t really think about how life was different for boys and girls. Portraits by the lovely Ella Masters Tshirt from Teespring Last week I visited the...

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I’ve had the new Magma pocket edition sketchbooks* sat on my desk at work for just over a week now, so now that I’ve had a bit of use out of them I thought it was about time I shared them with you guys! You might be familiar with the name Magma (if not where have you been); a shop selling the best books, magazines and other printed design matter. There are currently 3 Magma...

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On Thursday night I headed to Karmarama HQ in Farringdon for a She Says talk: Clients meet creatives. The Creative advertisers (Natalie and Lucy, Lily, Lucy and Charlotte) have kindly adopted me into their SheSays cheerleading crew. Walking into the Karmarama office there was one word in my mind: WOW! I couldn’t resist making this gif of Lucy & I posing in the rainbow tunnel. Imagine walking through this every day to get to your desk –...

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What do Graphic Designers, Fashion Designers and Advertisers all have in common? (This isn’t the start of a bad joke, I promise!) Well, obviously they are all creatives. But as industries which work for and with people, they all have to think about branding. Branding is important to clients. From cat food businesses to museums, all have a target customer to appeal to using a set of morals and an image. Branding isn’t just about...

© Natasha Nuttall | February 2020