Bristol landmarks are a selling point

April 26 2014

A YOUNG enterprise company from Colston's Girls' School has launched a selection of merchandise, including tote bags and tea towels, showcasing Bristol's famous landmarks.

A YOUNG enterprise company from Colston's Girls' School has launched a selection of merchandise, including tote bags and tea towels, showcasing Bristol's famous landmarks.

The unique design on both items, created by BeBristol, was provided by creative agency Orca Design, based on Cheltenham Road.

The image depicts some of Bristol’s iconic landmarks, including the Suspension Bridge, Brunel's ss Great Britain and the Concorde in a modern illustrative style.

BeBristol plans to release other products, such as a mug, in the near future.

The Young Enterprise scheme involves 16 to 18-year-olds giving up their free time to develop and sell products, allowing students to gain practical experience in the world of business.

BeBristol was created with the mission to celebrate Bristol’s creative and unique history.
The tea towels and tote bags are on sale via Facebook and in selected retailers, including 7th Sea on Cheltenham Road and Love From Random on Park Street.