Liquid Jigsaw is a creative agency offering graphic design, animation, website design and photography to small businesses and artists.
After over 20 years in South London, we have relocated to the village of Sway in the heart of the New Forest. Our studio is located close to the train station and overlooks a beautiful garden and pond. The open Forest is within walking distance and beaches are within easy reach. Both are a constant source of inspiration.
Take a look at our portfolio for a taste of what we offer:
We can provide you with a full range of creative services, from designing your logo and business stationary to creating flyers, brochures & posters.
If you would like something unique we can creating bespoke illustrations, graphics and packaging plus we can also produce templates for your business documents.
View examples of our work:
- 2D animation
- Logo design & branding
- Product design
- Posters / flyers / brochures
Websites & branding for businesses and artists
We have been established for many years and have a long history of designing and building websites for both businesses and artists.
We originally designed websites from scratch using Dreamweaver and now we offer WordPress solutions to our clients which means they can easily edit the website themselves.
We provide support and training in both establishing a brand for your business, purchasing a domain name, website hosting and WordPress training.
Or if you prefer to hand over updating your site or managing your social media to us, we are happy to assist with that too.
Wellcome Trust Big Picture animations
Liquid Jigsaw was commissioned by the Wellcome Trust to create several animations for their ‘Big Picture’ project, which is aimed at biology teachers and post-16 biology students. It is described on their website as ‘a free and impartial educational resource that explores the innovations and implications of cutting-edge science.’
This was an exciting and challenging opportunity for us which spanned several years. The animations which were created covered a diverse range of subjects from examining cells involved in hearing, investigating different populations in a woodland ecosystem to discovering about atheroma in arteries.
We are creating an archive of some of our older animations and these will be added over time to our animation archive.