The Sky's The Limit
Sheffield has now been Evoluted's home for nearly 7 years. From the real ale pubs and music to some good old Hendo's, there's so much that we continue to love about the area.
Down at our offices - which can be found near Kelham Island - we've always had artwork based around the Steel City displayed on the interior walls.
Created by Jenny Hadfield, one of our resident designers, these illustrations would be immediately recognisable to any clients that frequently drop by the office.
Distinctively colourful and designed in a slightly abstract style, the illustrations feature famous landmarks from the local area, in a skyline-sequence style. The Winter Gardens, Crucible Theatre and of course our very own Evoluted offices are just a few of the notable highlights that the more eagle-eyed will have noticed.
The starting point of many-a-conversation (over a naturally great brew) here at Evoluted, we've often been asked whether our designs are available to purchase in print. Well, as of now, they are - and it's all thanks to our new business venture Sheffield Skyline.
Launched in April, Sheffield Skyline has been established so that those who'd like to display our prints on their walls can do so.
Whether you're a Steel City business, a local resident, or you're departing the area and want to take a piece of the city with you, our designs are the perfect way to colour up your walls.
All the illustrations on the site are printed to the highest standard. In addition to the classic Sheffield skyline design seen within our hallowed walls, there are now already another seven additional designs to choose from.
Combining a contrasting array of different colour schemes, each of the new range of designs includes its own unique focus. With illustrations based on the different seasons, as well as on different groups of landmarks in the city, there is something for every proud Sheffield resident.
Since launching, orders have already begun to roll in for a selection of the Sheffield Skyline designs. One of the first of those that that came in was from local IT business Millgate, who took straight to