Pylon Design proposed a friendly solution to represent the deceased as how family, relations and friends would like to remember them by. Unless you have lost someone recently, I don’t think anyone can imagine the pain and the hurt of losing someone during these unprecedented times and our hearts go out to all those who have lost loved ones. Pylon Design met with the family to discuss the life of the recently departed including her hobbies and interests to gather a good knowledge and understanding of the person involved. Incorporating images of her interests such as reading, singing, holidays, travel, cooking, along with quotes from some of her favourite books were also used throughout the booklet. Pylon Design and In Loving Memory wanted the booklet to be a beautiful lasting memento for the family, relations and friends, where the solution was elegant, colourful, interesting, representative and emotional, and a truly fitting tribute to Elaine.
In Loving Memory produce booklets which represent the recently deceased and encourage a range of emotions from the reader – smile, laugh, cry and create interesting talking points about their life. Whatever the solution, it must represent the life and interests of the individual.