As September becomes October I’ve been reflecting on the past month and setting intentions for the remainder of the year.
I’ve been gradually working more to illustration briefs and am increasingly align my visual creative activities with my communications, marketing and public relations work. It’s an exciting time as these two fundamentals of my work come together.
Striking visual content that catches attention by standing out, as people scroll for meaning and satisfaction on social media, is key to reaching the right people with messages that will make a difference to their lives,
Watch this space.
So here’s my reflection on my favourite illustrations and artworks from September.
From left to right top row:
Stitched greeting card design, new drink concept bottle design, folk costume design for if Inspire by Kim were a country – we have to love nature, our survival depends on it.
From left to right second row:
Floral watercolour painted on location at Renishaw Hall, ‘Summer Reading’ spot illustration for magazine editorial, and finally fabric folk costume design using free machine embroidery, fabric paints and sparkly embellishments.
To see these pieces in more detail please click on these links.
Looking forward to October it’s a busy time for me with annual property management tasks, business strategy work and putting creative communications agreements in place for the new year.
As well as this I’ll be using #inktober (the ink drawing a day for October) prompts as briefs to visually communicate fundamental messages that I passionately believe in. Pop back through the month to see those or see the daily posts at Inspire by Kim Instagram.
Here’s my first day illustration to kick off the month…
It’s also the time for stocking my shop ready for the Christmas shopping 🛍 spree. Pop in and take a look.
Thanks for being here. Get in touch if you’ve a positive project that you want help communicating.