The one that started it all
Posted by Stewart Bremner on
In October 2013 I started working for Yes Scotland, making their social media graphics. Just before that, I had a design revelation. I had been making indyref graphics since January, with designs based on the blue yes logo. My revelation was that I didn't need to stick to that idea, that I could explore my love of art and design.
On the very day I had this revelation I decided I wanted to make a graphic that was not a single message, that could be used as a symbol. This is what I came up with, inspired by Alphonse Mucha.
About ten months later, on July 13th 2014, and following many requests to buy my work, I opened my Indy Prints shop. To mark today's shop birthday, I've taken 20% off my Vote Yes range.
The offer will run until 23:59 on Friday 17th July.