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We are often asked if we can produce images, in our style of drawing, for all sorts of companies and individuals. Well, the answer is yes! However, the fact that it will be a one off is reflected in the price.

I want to give you some idea of cost on this page. That way, when you ring, you haven’t the need to think of a way to ring off when I tell you how much!

Commission a work of art by the designers at White One Sugar!

Picture or Logo design for all your stationery needs.

If you like our designs but don’t want to pay for a full drawing for your wedding invitations or for other use, why not commission us to draw a small version of the church or building you are interested in, or anything else for that matter.

A simple design like the one on the left is often better for an image on an invitation or letter head. These can be produced a lot quicker than a full picture so the price is far less.

An image like this would start at about £50 for you to use on all your stationery.

If you are not sure whether we can draw what you would like, then please give us a ring!

Prices start at £150 for a small terraced house or semi. The cost for a picture like those shown
below are in the region of £300 to £350. We will consider drawing whatever it is that you require.

Abbey Chapel

Alan Doucy, Managing Director of Sharrocks:
“We are delighted with the results as are our customers who see the picture whenever they visit our office.”

Donna Martin, Creative & Editorial Director, Inside Kent. Sideways Media:
“We couldn't be more pleased with our artwork from White One Sugar.”

Adam Roake and Catriona Campbell:

“We are delighted with the illustration of Abbey Chapel and, as well as using it to market the apartments in the converted chapel, in Abbey Street Faversham, we will be giving prints of it to people who have been involved in the project.”