I’ve recently been working on an important project with South Liverpool Homes (a client of Nonconform.) SLH is addressing a gap between foodbanks and poverty by opening up their own community shop on Western Avenue in Speke.
The Market Place will sell fresh food and essential household goods all at a fair price for SLH tenants who are on a low income.
The shop will be an integral part of the Speke Garston community, using local suppliers as much as possible to provide the food and other items. Fareshare Merseyside, which operates from Speke, is just one of the organisations who will supply food to this new initiative.
It is a fantastic initiative, myself and the Noncon team are pleased to have been working with SLH and signage company Envision Media to get the shop up and running. We created a brand for the shop and designed simple internal and external graphics, including my freehand illustrations on the shop walls, window and sprayed logo on the shutter. Read more about the project and watch a time lapse vid HERE.