Although we pride ourselves on our own design work here at PomPrint, it is more than a little refreshing to find that we are also able to assist other designers in their entrepreneurial endeavours.
One such designer is a young person by the name of Stewart Cardno, who has designed and, with our assistance, produced his own range of garments under the ‘One of a Kind Productions’ label. The designs, which can be seen below, came to us as Stewart’s freehand drawings, and we converted these, by various means, into the finished artwork which can be seen on the garments.
Black bi-polar bear tee
Titan Killed Cobain Red & White T-Shirt
Love/Hate White T-Shirt
Ambiguous Black T-Shirt
Missteaks Navy T-shirt
Love/Hate White T-Shirt ~ 23 OOAKP Black Hoodie
Love/Hate White T-Shirt (Front)
Love/Hate White T-Shirt (Back)
23 OOAKP Black Beanie
Missteaks Navy T-shirt
Pictures Courtesy of Cara Mitchell Photography and OOAKP – click on any image to open photo carousel.
Please visit the One of a Kind Productions Facebook Page for more information on the fashion range.
Stewart will be selling the last of his summer range at the Elizabethan Bar in Fraserburgh on 22nd September before he launches his winter range in November. Obviously, we wish him all the best of luck with this venture!
I don’t fully understand why, but when I hear the words ‘Rock’ and ‘Challenge’ in the same sentence, I immediately start thinking about the weather. I suppose that the idea of the competition starting in February each year here in the frozen north might have something to do with it, as I have many recollections over the years of standing in queues in the snow outside the Music Hall and the AECC, and having to leave the event before the results were announced, for fear if not being able to get myself home via the wondrous Aberdonian autobahn system! Continue reading →
Unfortunately, it took me longer than expected to find out the result of last night’s Scottish Rock Challenge final at the Caird Hall in Dundee, and I still don’t know who came third!
I am, however, pleased to be able to report that Westhill Academy were placed 4th for their dance “The Discovery of Elemora”, and that Fraserburgh Academy were placed 2nd with “Dorothy Decides”. My report on these pieces from my viewing at the Aberdeen heats can be found elsewhere in this blog.
Although unofficial, I believe that Arbroath High School won the final, with Fraserburgh 2nd, Westhill 4th and Mackie Academy (Stonehaven) in 5th place. If anyone knows who was 3rd, please let me know!!
We at PomPrint would like to extend our congratulations to both the Fraserburgh and Westhill teams and hope to be working with you again next year. If anyone has any photos of last night’s event that I can post on this blog, please send them to me as soon as possible, so that I can get a gallery together.
PS Katrina Clark from Fraserburgh has just informed me that 3rd place went to Arbroath Academy. Thanks for the feedback Katrina!
This weekend we celebrate what is undoubtedly the most important event of the year. People will be milling about dressed in Red, White and Blue; both tiaras and jewelery will be in abundance, and a party atmosphere will be evident in the streets all around town. I, amongst many, admire these people for doing what they do year in, year out, giving up their time and energy for little or no reward to themselves, but solely for the benefit of others. We, as a company, have made our small contribution to the festivities and hope that you will join us by making your own contributions to this ‘special event’. Continue reading →
One of the policies that we enthusiastically adopt at PomPrint Designs is to offer our customers a chance of bidding for our business wherever possible. This usually means that we try to use electricians, plumbers and joiners, for example, that have come to us to have their vehicles liveried up, or had their work wear embroidered with their company logos. We also like to advertise with media that supports us, such as our friends at Waves Radio in Peterhead, more about that coming soon.
When it comes to large corporations, councils, schools, charities and private individuals, however, it is not necessarily as easy to work a reciprocal arrangement. We don’t have much of a use for ROVs (remotely operated vehicles) here in Mintlaw and, despite what my colleagues tell you, I am not quite a charity case as yet!
On that note, we come to one of the ways in which our company is able to offer its assistance to these customers – ‘Charity’. Continue reading →