I was in the studio last week when we got to work on the first version of the ‘The City Wall’ tattoo design for our new logo.
The design has been a long time coming and it has taken us some time to get it right.
The first version was designed by our design team, with input from our artist, but I was a little worried we might not get it done right the first time around.
But we are very happy with the results, and we want to make sure this is the first tattoo we create for a project like this.
The tattoo itself is a big, black and white square that hangs above the ‘wall’, with the ‘city’ of St Andrews inside the square.
I was happy to see the feedback I got from my artist when we first started to make the design and to be able to share it with everyone.
The ‘wall’ design is a simple one, and the first few designs I had were very straightforward.
It’s hard to describe exactly what makes the design so iconic, but it’s something you can easily identify with a little research.
‘The wall’ in the shape of a square is usually a symbol for something, like the city, the national flag, a street or even a particular part of a building.
It is a way of saying ‘we’ or ‘our’ and that’s why so many people know it.
It means something, and people use it in many different ways.
For instance, we’ve used it in our logo since the beginning.
It was the inspiration behind the design of our ‘T’ in 2014, the logo we used to mark our own logo in the early 2000s, the ‘D’ logo in 2004 and the ‘A’ logo we use today.
The City Wall is also a symbol of the Scottish Highlands and the Celtic Way.
I’ve used the ‘Wall’ as the title for our logo for many years, and I feel like it has always been a part of the design.
We use it because it’s a symbol that is so familiar, and it means something.
The rest of the artwork we chose was a mix of the traditional Celtic designs and contemporary design elements.
The colour scheme is a bit of a mixed bag, with a lot of white, grey and black to give it a contemporary feel.
I chose a mix between the traditional and contemporary designs, but there are some designs that were inspired by some of the more recent designs we’ve done, like our ‘City Wall’ and the logo of St Andrew’s Hospital.
The traditional design has a black background, which I like for the logo design, but sometimes I prefer a more saturated colour, like purple.
For example, the green on the ‘City’ is a shade I’m really fond of.
I think the green colour is more of a contrast to the other colours in the design, which really helps to create the feeling of depth in the ‘walled’ design.
The modern design, on the other hand, is more subtle, like a slightly different colour, a black line, or a few subtle lines of white.
The background colour and the design elements that are a bit less subtle are the colours I chose for our website, the design for which I made a couple of design changes to the first draft.
There are also some subtle elements of the designs that have a more modern feel, like some of our artwork from the last couple of years.
‘Walled city’ The idea for the ‘Watched City’ tattoo was born when I was trying to decide whether I wanted to start a new tattoo company, so I knew I wanted something that was ‘Welcoming’.
The ‘W’ in ‘walled city’ is an old Scottish Gaelic word for ‘walls’ and a term that I’d heard was used in St Andrews to describe a place that’s kept you safe from the elements and other people.
It also refers to the city wall, which is a concrete structure with metal mesh bars on either side that helps keep out intruders and helps keep the people safe.
So ‘wall-like’ was a perfect word to describe this design, because the city is what’s in between ‘walling’ and ‘walling’.
I’m also a big fan of the city skyline, which makes sense given that the ‘rest of the wall’ and surrounding area is a wall.
The shape of the tattoo is very modern and very traditional.
It has the silhouette of a city, with the city of St. Andrews at the top.
It comes with the tagline ‘A city without walls’, which means that the city walls are ‘watched’.
The design is all about creating a symbol to signify ‘we’, and the tattoo does just that.
I hope the tattoo inspires people to think about the city that they live in, and how they interact with each other.
I know that the first ink we use is for the brand ‘Wetland’, so we wanted