Wooden Painted Community Sign
The ‘Co’ in Holly & Co stands for many things, but the most important is Community.
This show-stopping large word sign is handmade to order by Modo Creative in their Yorkshire mill studio. The layered 3D signs are designed, cut and painted before being framed in a solid oak frame ready to hang.
A note from Holly…
This product was created in collaboration with Modo Creative to feature in my book, Do What You Love, Love What You Do.
Every micro chapter within the book features a unique small business product which creatively captures the key takeaway. I truly believe in the power of small business and wanted to bring the pages of my book to life in a way never done before, and allow you to share in that magic too. Because, believe me, when you do what you love, you’ll want to wear it, have it in your home and shout it from the rooftops too!
Get your copy of Do What You Love, Love What You Do and shop the full book collection here.
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Modo is an enthusiastic and passionate creative business based in West Yorkshire. Founded by husband and wife duo, Emma and Andrew. They started at their kitchen table with two very young children in the house. Whilst juggling parenthood, careers in London and Brighton they were desperate to create a life that combined their northern location, growing family and love of creativity.
Today Modo is bigger and more established, with a designated space for making, a bricks and mortar shop and an online presence. Including a bigger team, who all have the same enthusiasm and passion that Emma and Andrew started out with. They also have a mission to support as many small and local businesses as possible, with many of their products coming from a circular economy. Using people’s waste/off-cuts/left overs and reworking them into something lovely.