We’ve been working with the Osborne family for a few years now on all sorts of brand output as the company transitions from one generation to the next and even though we’ve enjoyed every second even by our own standards the latest project we’ve worked on together was a bit special.
We’ve only gone and done a brand spanking new issue of TRAWLER - our independent-minded, community-generated print publication showcasing all the loveliness of Leigh and the surrounding area.
Interning at Grow has been insightful and fun. Although I study Fashion Promotion, I’ve decided to take the Graphic Design route, so when it came to my placement unit project I wanted to gain experience at a design agency. Being welcomed into the small team was scary at first because I really didn't know what it would be like, but I felt so comfortable working with everyone. Not only have I learned loads of valuable things that will come in handy for future projects at uni and beyond, I have also experienced what it is like working with real clients.
Last week we upped sticks and moseyed on down the road. Given the advice to “wear scruffy stuff to move in”, Liam took that as an opportunity to dress like he was straight out of the Walking Dead, chore coats and baseball caps all round, Rich drew a line at the neckerchief however…
It’s fair to say that Osborne & Sons are one of our favourite clients - if you’ve not been to their amazing Seafood Hall and Fishmongers then you really should - it’s filled to the brim with delicious pescatarian wares (hot smoked salmon being a particular Grow Co favourite) and Terry and Pat really know their fish - consumate experts.