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Thursday, 12 January 2012

Personalised 'Remembrance' Typographic Artwork

Recently we received a commission to create a very special remembrance piece of typographic artwork, in memory of a gorgeous little girl called Dora, aged 5, who died suddenly last January after a bacterial infection.




I was so moved by this piece, and several others that we have created in memory of loved ones over the last couple of years, that I got in touch with Dora's parents to ask if they would mind me sharing her design so that we offer this as a new standard product to our customers.  I'm so pleased that they love their piece and look at it every day, and I am grateful to them for allowing me to share it.


I am truly honoured to be able to capture some wonderful memories for families who have lost a loved one.  


This product is now available to order on the More Than Words website - Personalised Remembrance Artwork, from £75.


Last year Dora's parents raised enough money for a magical school library, which they wanted to create to allow Dora's imagination and love of stories to live on.  Isn't it lovely?



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Thursday, 12 January 2012

Personalised 'Remembrance' Typographic Artwork

Recently we received a commission to create a very special remembrance piece of typographic artwork, in memory of a gorgeous little girl called Dora, aged 5, who died suddenly last January after a bacterial infection.




I was so moved by this piece, and several others that we have created in memory of loved ones over the last couple of years, that I got in touch with Dora's parents to ask if they would mind me sharing her design so that we offer this as a new standard product to our customers.  I'm so pleased that they love their piece and look at it every day, and I am grateful to them for allowing me to share it.


I am truly honoured to be able to capture some wonderful memories for families who have lost a loved one.  


This product is now available to order on the More Than Words website - Personalised Remembrance Artwork, from £75.


Last year Dora's parents raised enough money for a magical school library, which they wanted to create to allow Dora's imagination and love of stories to live on.  Isn't it lovely?



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