Shelf Appeal has a new Easter bonnet. The third commissioned header, up there, is by graphic designer Peter Grundy. I’ve long been a fan and am delighted to have a piece of his work sitting here.
It’s a much more graphic than illustrate-y header. But very nice and feeling different for that. I love the arching cat (tiger?) on the final ‘a’ especially. A latter-day Orlando the Marmalade Cat.
The previous header was by Michael Kirkham and the one before that, by Emily Sutton. 3 is the magic number.
Love your new bonnet! It is soooo appeal-ing!
… But I loved the former ones too.
(You reminded me it’s time I replace my winter hat soon ; )
Glad you like it. Yes, it is the time of year for changing blog headers. Or hats. Or bonnets.
Should that be so Shelf Appealing, or is that too obvious? I find your new look on this first uncommonly warm day of british summertime. Make’s me want to pack my leather-trimmed canvas rucksack with a thermos and go exploring. I love the F. In my mind they’re sheep and make’s me think of Yorkshire, but I also agree that the arching Tiger’s beautifully consolidated
“My leather-trimmed canvas rucksack with a thermos.” I so see you clambering around a Brian Cook landscape.
Very jealous of this new header. Me thinks your blog design might need a little tweak now 🙂
What can I say, you keep promising.. 🙂