A branding agency is creating free ‘window art’ designs across many stores as part of a campaign.

WeTheSeeds Creative, a Design & Illustration Branding agency is carrying out a free campaign to redesign the front of five charity stores across Harrow.

The artwork applied at each campaign is completely unique to each charity store, hoping to use these redeveloped ‘window art’ store fronts to enhance the message of the charities and draw people into the store.

Apprentices from nearby schools helped out with installing the window art and show them that their artistic and creative skills are applicable within the real world.

The campaign first began with the Pinner branch for Barnardos, a charity for vulnerable children. The store front was given a colourful and welcoming design of flowers and fruits on the window.

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Scope, a disability charity in Harrow Town Centre, now has artistic sketches of cute dogs and flowers for their store.

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A calming blue and green themed valley was instead painted for Mind, a mental health charity, in Harrow Town Centre.

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Rikesh Patel, the Creative Director of WeTheSeeds Creative, said: “We’ve received great and positive feedback from existing customers. It has become a great talking point in the community, with the new art there.

“I decided to do it in Harrow as I wanted to give back to the community. Harrow is my home and it has a community to it, so it only felt right.”

While three stores have received a facelift, WeTheSeeds Creative are finalising which final two stores will be part of their campaign.