The Colours of The English Art Co.

When I formed The English Art Co. I had a very clear vision and expectation for the brand and what it represents. I'm passionate about colour, so the brand and the art needs to complement each other. I want to sell colourful, uplifting original art and products using the art created by artists in the UK, and therefore generating an income for them.

I joined the Makelight community last year to learn how to get the best from my photography, to learn more about colours and themes and to develop a visual style. Emily at Makelight advised using Pinterest to create mood boards and colour palettes - The English Art Co.'s blues and colours can be seen on Pinterest here.

The new images are used on The English Art Co.'s website and social media to increase awareness, followers and likes. We receive a free monthly insights visual report from Makelight which highlights our colour palettes and our most popular images, hashtags and themes, which helps us keep a track of our Instagram feed, and make sure it ties in with our brand.  These results then follow through to our other social media channels and website.

It's early days yet but we now understand our colour palette and continue to develop our visual style and brand.

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