Tuesday, June 16, 2009


weekly features

Theres only three features ive 100% decided on so far. I do have more ideas but i wont start posting on those, until iv started establishing myself, my blog voice and getting some followers! More than likely ill post more things that what ive just got here at the moment. But im constantly working on ideas in my moleskine, all the scans can be found on Flickr.








Every Sunday, im going to round up and share my favourite links from the week. Ill post my favourite blogs, artists, inspiration, tutorials, photographs or anything that catches my eye! Im constantly bookmarking things on my delicious which you can find here.






Tuesdays are going to be dedicated to everything typographic related.
I am one of those graphic designers that suffer from font snobbery. Type Tuesdays could be a look at classic fonts like Helvetica, Garmond or even Comic sans, to hand drawn experimental work type .






'Folio will be published on a Thursday, and is going to take a look at the current project I’m working on. Most of the projects are self initiated, as most of my university work doesn’t fit into my graphic identity. Although may even post some of my older projects from college that I want to update, including a before and after. This column isn’t only going to showcase my work, I’ll give hints/tips and ideas of things that­ can help you build your own portfolio.

Sunday, June 14, 2009


work in progress...



Still working out the basic daily topics im going to be blogging about. Typography headers, schedule and a bit more information about each thing within the week. Once ive got all the work done, hopefully im going to start sticking to my schedules. Ive got a few other ideas for things to go in the blog too. My minds buzzing with ideas a
nd inspiration right now! Its all going down in my moleskine, check out my set on flickr!




Sunday, June 07, 2009


this is llymlrs.

Hello and welcome to the official first post of LLYMLRS. I’m going to start off by introducing myself with the 5 W's.

Who?
My names Lily Sunrise Melrose, I’m 19 years old from Shropshire, United Kingdom. LLYMLRS, started in 2007 as a MySpace screen name, I started using it as my online name from there on. It has now become the name of my design alter-ego. I was not 100% sure if I wanted to design under my own name so I thought LLYMLRS (which is my name without any vowels) would be a good name design under.

What?

This blog is a hedonistic look at lifestyle, graphic design & fashion. Design and fashion are my two greatest passions, and I’m constantly being inspired by things around me. I entered an Art College at 16, where I began a course in Graphic Design. I’m currently studying a 3 year degree in Graphic and Media Design at Hereford College of the Arts. A blog is the perfect platform to not only get my work out their but share ideas/images/inspiration with people all over the world. My aim is to create new, exciting and creative content, which is not only inspiring, but informative and helpful.

When?
LLYMLRS was started on 8th June 2009, after lots of thought and plan
ning. I felt I was losing my touch with graphic design, due to severe lack of creativity. I was producing work at university that was lacking the quality I wanted in my work. By creating this blog I wanted to relight the fire, and do something that is fresh and stylised, something that was as visually stimulating as it was inspirational.

Where?
I currently reside in a tiny town in the middle of nowhere called Ludlow, Shropshire, United Kingdom. It’s got an amazing reputation for local produce, slow foods and its yearly Food Festival. My family have owned a bakery in the centre of town for almost 60 years now. I split most of my time between here and Hereford, a equally as rustic British town, but has a certain irresistible charm. Eventually I want to move to a big city to pursue bigger things. But right now I’m quite content where I am.

Why?

To share work! When i was at College i started to understand the need to share ideas, inspiration and work. Feedback is so incredibly beneficial when designing something, as just by showing someone your work they could suggest something to make it even better. I’m constantly being inspired by other pe
oples work, and by sharing it I hope to introduce people to work that I love!

PS. This is a picture of me...




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