Design Project

Musical Boom Time

Single-sided, A5, full colour flyer (also printed up as an A4 poster) + full colour circular sticker

This project was kicked off by the client sending me a hand drawn image of Rosie the koala, which was originally drawn by her mum for her.

Once I had re-created Rosie in Photoshop she became the star of these brand new flyers and stickers which I developed for Musical Boom Time, a Wirral-based music and movement class aimed at children aged between 6 months – 3 years.

The flyers will be hand delivered to local residences and also displayed in local cafés. Whilst the A4 posters will be used to help promotion of the classes over different sites across Wirral.

The stickers will be given to all of the children at the end of each class.

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