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Simons & Son identity and stationery

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Fresh off the press is this new stationery range and identity for Wells based hardwood craftsmen Simons & Son. Established in 1977 by father Christopher, the business has recently undergone a change of name and new branding under the influence of son Alex. Despite all the changes, good quality never goes out of fashion and the business is looking to capitalise on local demand for bespoke hardwood windows, doors and furniture.

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