tied & true This toolkit has been designed to encourage more people to express themselves through the declining art of accessorising with a neck tie. Users are able to discover more about the historical context of the tie through a fold out timeline that details the evolution of the tie from its beginnings as a soldiers neck cloth in 210 B.C China, to the tie as we know it today. The social connotations of the neck tie can also be explored in the flashcard game set, where the user can test their tie trend knowledge. Users can also have a go at tying different knots with the help of the knot guide flowcharts, and the ties provided. design disciplines: Branding Illustration
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tied & true This toolkit has been designed to encourage more people to express themselves through the declining art of accessorising with a neck tie. Users are able to discover more about the historical context of the tie through a fold out timeline that details the evolution of the tie from its beginnings as a soldiers neck cloth in 210 B.C China, to the tie as we know it today. The social connotations of the neck tie can also be explored in the flashcard game set, where the user can test their tie trend knowledge. Users can also have a go at tying different knots with the help of the knot guide flowcharts, and the ties provided. design disciplines: Branding Illustration
tied & true This toolkit has been designed to encourage more people to express themselves through the declining art of accessorising with a neck tie. Users are able to discover more about the historical context of the tie through a fold out timeline that details the evolution of the tie from its beginnings as a soldiers neck cloth in 210 B.C China, to the tie as we know it today. The social connotations of the neck tie can also be explored in the flashcard game set, where the user can test their tie trend knowledge. Users can also have a go at tying different knots with the help of the knot guide flowcharts, and the ties provided. design disciplines: Branding Illustration
tied & true This toolkit has been designed to encourage more people to express themselves through the declining art of accessorising with a neck tie. Users are able to discover more about the historical context of the tie through a fold out timeline that details the evolution of the tie from its beginnings as a soldiers neck cloth in 210 B.C China, to the tie as we know it today. The social connotations of the neck tie can also be explored in the flashcard game set, where the user can test their tie trend knowledge. Users can also have a go at tying different knots with the help of the knot guide flowcharts, and the ties provided. design disciplines: Branding Illustration
tied & true This toolkit has been designed to encourage more people to express themselves through the declining art of accessorising with a neck tie. Users are able to discover more about the historical context of the tie through a fold out timeline that details the evolution of the tie from its beginnings as a soldiers neck cloth in 210 B.C China, to the tie as we know it today. The social connotations of the neck tie can also be explored in the flashcard game set, where the user can test their tie trend knowledge. Users can also have a go at tying different knots with the help of the knot guide flowcharts, and the ties provided. design disciplines: Branding Illustration
tied & true This toolkit has been designed to encourage more people to express themselves through the declining art of accessorising with a neck tie. Users are able to discover more about the historical context of the tie through a fold out timeline that details the evolution of the tie from its beginnings as a soldiers neck cloth in 210 B.C China, to the tie as we know it today. The social connotations of the neck tie can also be explored in the flashcard game set, where the user can test their tie trend knowledge. Users can also have a go at tying different knots with the help of the knot guide flowcharts, and the ties provided. design disciplines: Branding Illustration
tied & true This toolkit has been designed to encourage more people to express themselves through the declining art of accessorising with a neck tie. Users are able to discover more about the historical context of the tie through a fold out timeline that details the evolution of the tie from its beginnings as a soldiers neck cloth in 210 B.C China, to the tie as we know it today. The social connotations of the neck tie can also be explored in the flashcard game set, where the user can test their tie trend knowledge. Users can also have a go at tying different knots with the help of the knot guide flowcharts, and the ties provided. design disciplines: Branding Illustration
tied & true This toolkit has been designed to encourage more people to express themselves through the declining art of accessorising with a neck tie. Users are able to discover more about the historical context of the tie through a fold out timeline that details the evolution of the tie from its beginnings as a soldiers neck cloth in 210 B.C China, to the tie as we know it today. The social connotations of the neck tie can also be explored in the flashcard game set, where the user can test their tie trend knowledge. Users can also have a go at tying different knots with the help of the knot guide flowcharts, and the ties provided. design disciplines: Branding Illustration
tied & true This toolkit has been designed to encourage more people to express themselves through the declining art of accessorising with a neck tie. Users are able to discover more about the historical context of the tie through a fold out timeline that details the evolution of the tie from its beginnings as a soldiers neck cloth in 210 B.C China, to the tie as we know it today. The social connotations of the neck tie can also be explored in the flashcard game set, where the user can test their tie trend knowledge. Users can also have a go at tying different knots with the help of the knot guide flowcharts, and the ties provided. design disciplines: Branding Illustration
tied & true This toolkit has been designed to encourage more people to express themselves through the declining art of accessorising with a neck tie. Users are able to discover more about the historical context of the tie through a fold out timeline that details the evolution of the tie from its beginnings as a soldiers neck cloth in 210 B.C China, to the tie as we know it today. The social connotations of the neck tie can also be explored in the flashcard game set, where the user can test their tie trend knowledge. Users can also have a go at tying different knots with the help of the knot guide flowcharts, and the ties provided. design disciplines: Branding Illustration
tied & true This toolkit has been designed to encourage more people to express themselves through the declining art of accessorising with a neck tie. Users are able to discover more about the historical context of the tie through a fold out timeline that details the evolution of the tie from its beginnings as a soldiers neck cloth in 210 B.C China, to the tie as we know it today. The social connotations of the neck tie can also be explored in the flashcard game set, where the user can test their tie trend knowledge. Users can also have a go at tying different knots with the help of the knot guide flowcharts, and the ties provided. design disciplines: Branding Illustration