Design-led signmaker Wood & Wood has commissioned a series of postcards from four graphic designers to mark its 35th anniversary. The only creative restriction imposed on Alan Fletcher, CDT Design chairman Mike Dempsey and Trickett & Webb co-founders Lynn Trickett (work pictured) and Brian Webb was that cards should contain the two Ws that make up Wood & Wood’s logo. Adopting a playful approach to the challenge was Webb whose two ewes (or double u) provide a clever visual pun. The range will be bolstered with further designs over the coming months.
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