Branding + Design
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The business ethos of Cheeki Limited is simple but spicy: create elegant and playful gift collections that appeal to the savvy fashion consumer with a wicked sense of humour.
The first product line is Cheeki Hangers a premium coat hanger with a twist–a model’s legs, styled in racy lingerie sporting stilettos, photographed by the artistic duo and fabricated to a clear acrylic base.
“The fashion world and commercial society uses everything they can sexually to sell, sell, sell. Cheeki hangers are a tongue and cheeki dig at society’s representation of women. Everything has been overly sexualised, well not everything until now.”
High-end clear acrylic, laser cut to hanger shape with polished edges Model image: clear digital print to both sides of acrylic
Embossed company logo
Size: 16.7” (42.42cm) x 10.4” (26.42cm)
There are 6 different styles of hanger. 3 dark and 3 pale skinned long legs in designer heels with knickers and stockings individually named: Rosie, Courtney, Samantha, Leyla, Georgina, and Tina.
Purchased singularly for £8.95, in a duo for £14.95, and in a team of 3 for £18.95
Branding + Design
In October 2013, we held an
exhibition of dogs’ drawings to
raise money for Battersea
Dogs & Cats Home
Drawings By Dogs is a showcase of masterpieces by our four legged friends.
Drawings are made as dogs eat. An oil pastel is attached to the dog’s bowl, and as they eat they push their bowl around the paper, creating the drawing.
All drawings are done on Fabriano Medioevalis 260gms paper, and are framed in white frames according to the size of the dog: small, medium or large.
A drawing takes the duration of meal time. Mere seconds for a greedy labrador or a matter of minutes for a dainty dachshund.
The Sunday Times online
Dog Art Today
In November 2013 ‘The Royal Mail’ lost
my shoes. I was devastated. So i posted
a hidden camera to try and find them.
They were my favorite shoes, i had to
Pickpocket Awareness 2014
Campaign designed to highlight
the issue of pickpockets in London.
Using clothes pegs to illustrate the
thieves fingers, the pegs are attached
onto peoples belongings.