In order to encourage their current patients to refer their family and friends, Golden Monkey Healing hired us to design this direct mail postcard to kick off their promotion. We used some of the imagery and colors that we have been harnessing across all of their print materials.
We both photographed the images and designed the layout for the musician, Saar and debut album Bleed on Your Dress. This is the layout that folds up into the traycard position.
Another day, another postcard. We were commissioned to design this postcard that has to function as both a business card and brochure. I have yet to see them in person but the client is very happy and is already handing them out at Yoga studios around Los Angeles.
More custom invitations – we’ve been doing a lot of those lately! The client wanted something very simple for a boy who likes medium blue and green (the theme colors of the party). These went out to guests on Friday!
We designed this book cover for Rossi Publications. Our goal was to give a quick read, communicating a lifeline of information.
Golden Monkey Healing’s tri-fold brochure
This little ditty just landed us another healing arts client… It seems like we have been collecting healing arts clients and medical technology clients, nice dichotomy!
We had the opportunity to design a postcard for Golden Monkey Healing’s Shadow Yoga schedule for the next three months. The client is very happy with the way it turned out and has already given out a nice stack of these. We also designed a brochure for their Chinese medicine clinic. I will post those pics in a few days.
What a whirlwind this project was. We had the task of designing this brochure from start to finish in one week. The schedule was a quick clip of fast decisions, heavy instinct relying and great weight on first thoughts. In order to allow the printer enough time to deliver in advance of an upcoming trade show, the client and us had to stay focused and on the ball.
The inspiration for this custom wedding shower invitation came from the bride’s favorite item on her registry – an apple green KitchenAid standing mixer (below). We took the nostalgic kitchen design feel and ran with elements that translated beautifully with color and print to evoke this era.
One of the most joyous of the print/graphic design tasks is creating custom wedding invitations. With this project, the bride already had her colors picked out and some details that she really wanted to incorporate. These include custom wax stamps and ribbon. We tied it together with print elements and dried flowers. This project was especially different because not only was the invite in English, but also in Hebrew – luckily I can read and write in both languages! We also created all the printed material for the wedding.