Velcrobelly is the trading name of David McClure, a freelance graphic designer based in Newcastle upon Tyne. Established in 2001, Velcrobelly provide thought-provoking graphic design, illustration and website design services with an emphasis on originality, creativity, attention to detail and reliability. The finished product is only part of the design process and Velcrobelly take great pride in providing friendly one-to-one customer service and support for all of our clients, regardless of whether you're making your first commission or have been working with us for many years. Velcrobelly have a great deal of experience working with sole traders and SMEs in the North East of England; particularly in the arts, film and media industries.

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Graphic design for print and screen-based media
  • Website design
  • Illustration
  • Over ten years experience in the arts, film and media industries
  • Friendly and attentive one-to-one customer service

Serviced Areas

  • Tyne & Wear

Contact Details

  City Newcastle upon Tyne
  Postcode NE2 1AN
  Address Studio 2, The Biscuit Factory, 16 Stoddart Street
  Phone Number 079 4664 2161

Products & Services

Creative graphic design for print

Our daily bread and butter. Brochures, posters, promotional literature, corporate stationery, advertising, annual reports, books and more…

If it involves ink on paper (or any surface, honestly) , we can design it for you – and even help with the print management.

Logo design

Logo design and brand identity play a vital role representing the values of your business. Design can drastically alter audience perception and willingness to engage with your brand.

Whether you’re a start-up eager to create a strong visual foundation, or an established business looking to develop an existing brand – Velcrobelly can help you.

  • I would recommend this business

Wonderfull work

Value for money
Service & support
Overall ratingExcellent

Customer Testimonials

Everyone has been raving about the design. We get so many compliments on it!

It’s been a pleasure working with you and all your patience and good humour has been much appreciated.

Social Activity

Prints available now on my store! (See bio) — “Ever-Living” Inspired by Mumm-Ra, the undead nemesis of Lion-O in top 80s animated TV series ThunderCats (1985-89) — Media: Digital C-Type on Kodak metallic stock Sizes: 12x16 inch and 16x20 inch
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I have a stall at the Newcastle University Business School Christmas Fair next Tuesday, right after Open Studios this weekend! Monday‘s gonna be a doozy...
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It’s @ouseburnopenstudios this weekend and the Velcrobelly studio is, well, open! Join us for a gander at some culture-themed art and pick up some unique gifts while you’re at it. Find us The Biscuit Factory
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Treat someone you love to a vivacious Velcrobelly art print this Christmas! Inspired by movies, literature and pop-culture, there’s loads to choose from and free UK shipping, too. Visit my store at @ velcrobelly
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I’m selling my prints and stickers in the foyer of @ncl_business today until 2:30pm. Come say hi and snag a beautiful bargain in time for Christmas.
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Fill your Christmas Boots! Sean’s got a sale on his beautiful artwork.
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‪Videodrome‬ prints now available! Inspired by David Cronenberg’s 1983 sci-fi body horror cult classic starring James Woods and Deborah Harry. — Media: Digital C-Type on Kodak metallic stock. Print size: 12x16 inch mounted to 16x20 inch. Edition
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From Our Website

You need a highly skilled, passionate and reliable person, to work alongside you to produce unique, creative graphic design. We love working with people who value creativity; expect attention to detail and care about quality. David McClure is a graphic designer and artist/illustrator who works from a studio at The Biscuit Factory in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. Born in Northern Ireland, David moved to north east England to study graphic design at Northumbria University, where he graduated with First Class Honours in 2000.