A multi-media studio needs all the usual correspondence pieces in addition to a multitude of labels. We created the whole package for this studio to be versatile for all types of mailings, labeling and sample presentations.
Sometimes people and business don’t have a logo or identity mark, still need business cards but don’t need or want a hard and fast logo. Instead, the materials that you create become collectively their identity. In this case, Karen Davis wanted something that functioned as a straight forward business card but also stood out among the very staid tradition of accounting marketing materials offered by her competition.
We went with an organic leaf design that she just loved. These are derived from actual leaves that we picked up in our neighborhood, scanned and manipulated. The card was printed with Pantone inks & Pantone metallic accents on certain words and the leaves. The leaves were also embossed so they stick out a bit from the rest of the card. They turned out really elegant and are definitely a stand out piece.
Sometimes black and white just says it all. Don’t get me wrong, color in identity work is usually a key ingredient but when you are a company that takes retro concepts such as radio shows and the like and utilizes the format to create entertainment for new mediums like cell phones, there needs to be feel for the old in the identity as well. In this logo for Short Form Entertainment, we iconized the production vehicle (a camera) and delivery platform (a cell phone) while maintaining a nod to old black and white film making in the configuration and color scheme.
Living Inspirations offers beautiful, heirloom trinkets from small frames treasure boxes. Their products are exquisite and intricate, so we designed their logo to impart that high-end elegance.
Many companies offer e-commerce solutions whether it be proprietary software or re-branded applications. This logo was created for one such company utilizing the latter, offering quick-start affordable e-commerce solutions.