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A small one this time, spotted on the post box at the junction of Chevening Road and Peploe Road, NW6.  This is the top end of Peploe Road, and at the other end is an urban fox (Street Art #17).

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You know when you’re sure you’ve already written about something, but it turns out you haven’t?  That.

So…last February a friend asked me to make him a notebook in which to record his archery scores at tournaments.  He provided the template for the pages, and the logo of the archery club to which he belongs, and after that it was just a matter of putting it all together in a pleasing format.

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The book is A5, coptic bound, and the covers are a hardwearing burgundy leather.  Simple, but effective.

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The start of this year has kept me quite busy with commissions (always a good thing!), and here’s the latest one.  A friend, who is an archer, asked me if I could make him a score book.  His specifications were that it should be waterproof, approximately A5 in size, contain score charts on each page, and that the club logo should be prominent on the front – leaving him at my mercy for the actual cover design…

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There are, of course, cheaper materials to waterproof a book with, but I couldn’t resist this burgundy leather.  It’s hardwearing, waterproof, and gorgeous to boot.  The club logo has been covered with a clear plastic and set into the front cover, and the book contains 60 score sheets, which will hopefully last Andy some time!

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Running a bit late this week, so here’s a sneak shot of a commission which I’ll be blogging properly about very soon!

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