This is my side project. I'm opening an up-market salon just for blow drys. I don't expect my fellow male geeks to fully understand the concept just yet, don't worry. All of the hairstyles are named after English flowers/foliage. Here's the art direction and final shot from the shoot I did on Sunday with photographers, and the typography and website snippet.
6 months ago
What?? We totally get it! Cute :D
It's refreshing to see somebody so prominent in the web industry take their talents offline to produce something for everyone.
@Anthony Bullock That's so very kind. I've never thought about it like that. I'm just excited to be able to plough creative energy into this and call the shots on the design stuff entirely to be honest :)
A bit of edge tension between the corner of the booking button and the model's shoulder though.
Well I for one hope it turns out to be a great success. I've found in the past that having a project completely unrelated to the web and design gives you bursts of new inspiration from time to time and breaks up the norm a bit.
All the very best of luck, but I'm sure you wont need it :)
@Mike Healy I had actually just spotted this after uploading and re-jigged it in the design. Well spotted too.
This looks great! Look forward to seeing more. Good luck with the new venture!
Good luck Sarah, its starting to look like a success already.
When can I book an appointment?
Beautiful work as always, hope the new venture works out well.
If I had longer hair, I'd probably book an appointment myself. Lovely vibe here. Good luck with it.
Book me in ;)
We get it Sarah, this is awesome work.
I sooo want to get my hair blow dry and style at your salon! (I'm a fan of your pretty wavy hairdo btw). Hopefully there'll be a spot open if I'm ever in town. Awesome name: Blushbar.
Good luck @Sarah Parmenter! x
This style's named after my firstborn, so I can't help but like it :)
Yay, heard your podcast now following you.
4 months ago
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