Life Story Commissions
Jack Lloyd's Life Story designs bring together vintage photos, documents, handwriting, certificates and even artwork to create beautiful, contemporary, bespoke pieces that the whole family will appreciate.
Jack's range of sizes and framing styles allows you to create something truly unique and special that will be treasured for years to come.
Framed bespoke artwork from £645.00
How to commission a design:
Collect 25/30 photographs that tell the story of the person or people you would like to celebrate. These can be real paper photos or digital copies.
This will be a very important part of the process and often quite enjoyable although it could get tricky to narrow down your selection for the design quota.
Please also provide a backup set of around 10 extra photos for Jack to use to help tie the design together if it is needed.
Please get in touch if you would like a hand or second opinion at this stage, Jack is always happy to work with you and guide you to the best selection for the design.
Include any documents, letters, certificates and memorabilia that relate to the people in the photographs that you have collected.
Again, these can be real items or digital copies.
If you would like to make and send digital copies then rather than the real versions then please feel at ease by using your phone camera. Most cameras these days are of a quality that will provide excellent images.
Email, upload or post all the photos and documents that you have collected to:
Jack c/o H.O.B Studio
38 Beech Road
- if posting, please use registered post and provide the tracking number to the email above
- All photographs and documents will be cared for and returned during the design process.
Once you sent all the base visual material you will need to write a paragraph or two about the story of the people in the photographs. This will help Jack create the backbone to the design and help coherently tie the story and photographs together.
Please remember to include names, dates, relationships and any other vital or interesting details that Jack can feed into the design.
At this stage you can also specify what size and framing style you would like the finished piece to be.
Once you have completed the first four stages then you can agree a timescale with Jack to ascertain when the design will be ready to preview.
At the preview, you will be given the opportunity to review the design and offer any assistance to Jack to make any discreet changes that you require to help the story tie together. Unfortunately the artwork and layout of the design will not be available to be changed without incurring additional fees, although jack will always attempt to accommodate your wishes throughout the design process.