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Style Guides

I have worked on several large Style Guides demonstrating a graphic look based on a brand or TV show. The look has to work across a wide range of products both print and product. The style guides consist of character art, patterns, badges, graphics, packaging and product inspiration demonstrating how the look works. 

RSPCA licensing Style Guide artwork by Vicky Faulkner Design

Licensing Style Guide

Client: RSPCA


The RSPCA were delighted with the illustrations I created for their licensing programme which was a cost effective solution for them and gave endless ideas for sylish product giving their brand a modern boost.

Everything's Rosie Style Guide Designed by Vicky Faulkner Design

Everything's Rosie
Licensing Style Guide

Client: V&S Entertainment


As Everything's Rosie worked on their 3rd series of the popular children's TV show, they needed to refresh their licensing programme with a vibrant, exciting new style guide.


I created a guide packed full of backgrounds, icons, graphic placements and ideas while art directing over 120 vector illustrations of the 3D TV characters from an artist in India, My biggest challenge of all!

Who wants to be a millionaire Style Guide update by Vicky Faulkner

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
Brand Guidelines Refresh

Client: Sony


Who Wants To Be A Millionaire has a strong and unique brand identity. When used on print and promotional material it is important to be recognised out of the context of television with consistent use of the brand's logo and design elements.


I made subtle changes to modernise and update the famous logo, whilst creating new design elements such as backgrounds and icons for international print and on line use.


I then did a version for their spin off show, 'Millionaire HOT SEAT'.

Peel car licensing Style Guide by Vicky Faulkner Design

Licensing Style Guide

Client: Peel Engineering 


After the Peel cars publicity on Dragons Den and Top Gear, The smallest car in the world started a Licensing Programme. I created designs using inspiration from 60s pop art which resulted in a funky, quirky and retro style guide packed with great ideas to use on licensed product.

Gem Fairies Licensing Style Guide artwork by Vicky Faulkner Design

Gem Fairies
Licensing Style Guide

Client: Gemma International


Gem Fairies was firmly established on greetings cards - an English version of Disney Fairies. The existing character art needed a style guide to launch the brand further into licensing.


I designed backgrounds, icons, packaging and clothes, along with a new logo and pages of product ideas.

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