We’re excited to introduce another new wedding invitation design, Starfish. Perfect for destination and beach weddings. This example is shown letterpressed in robin’s egg (turquoise) and silver inks.Pin It
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One of our most fabulous clients, Robert J. Naples Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, recently came up with a groundbreaking protocol for treating patients called ALL ON FRIDAY. We were thrilled to be asked to brand the treatment for him and designed something that would play nicely together with the Naples logo that we designed for them a few years ago.
We chose a strong yet slightly whimsical font to play up the “fun Friday” factor, chose scrubs turquoise to stay in the cool blue family (perfect choice for medical practices — it’s trustworthy and calming), and used the same strong black from the Naples logo to help keep it clean and simple & to further tie the two logos together.
ALL ON FRIDAY is in early stages yet, so stay tuned for more collateral to come, but a simple (but lovely) website is already up and the docs are getting ready for the next session coming up in a few weeks at their Round Rock, Texas practice.Pin It
Every time Chloe Aftel calls I know the project is going to be special. This time around she asked us for a “pop of kick ass color” to go with her “rad new logo.” (Yes, she’s from LA). We delivered with shocking electric turquoise edge painted business cards.
I think the new branding is a spot on match to her photography style: powerful and slightly dreamy. The image at right is one of my personal favorites. It was part of a stellarÂ collection commissioned by Levis.Â Please note: the crappy photos in this post are by me, not the super talented lady we’re discussing here.Â
These letterpress cards are killer, right?! We printed them with our super super dark blackest black ink for a sharp, crisp impression; Reich Paper’s ultra thick SAVOY paper in brilliant white; tight edge painting on every.single.card; and lots and lots of clean white space.
I’d like to pause for a shout out to all our photographer clients for understanding the power of white space. We looooove youuuuu!ÂPin It
Another new design! We’re loving our brand new baby: Floral Garden. It’s a modern take on the floral wedding invitation. Isn’t she lovely?
Read more about the brand we designed for Jessica here.
Etienne is one of our most complex and most stunning invitations. The design was inspired by art nouveau details and elegant Parisian architecture. Letterpressed here in classic art deco colors, dull gold and peacock, the design really comes to life. Dressed up with antique gold envelopes, Etienne wedding invitations are perfect for an elegant black tie or ballroom wedding.Pin It
Our Pacific Beach design is the epitome of spring and summer, no matter the colors. These letterpressed invitations in robin’s egg and peacock show how two hues of the same color can work together beautifully. It keeps the invitations simple and elegant, don’t you think? This couple chose turquoise envelopes for a fun splash of color.Pin It
Swirls is the perfect combination of fun and elegance, then you add the letterpress and it is altogether beautiful. Airy is the word that comes to mind when I see this light, linear design and when used with the colors apricot and robin’s egg what a better invitation for that pretty little seaside wedding.Pin It
It was so much fun to design this playful logo for Jany Columbo, a pet sitter (and pet lover) based in Charleston, South Carolina. Taking care of someone else’s pet is serious stuff, but a big part of the job is play, and I wanted that aspect to shine through with the branding. Jany has a bright, cheerful personality and a genuine love of animals, thus the bright colors and fun animal graphics.
The bright, fun color palette was inspired by the outdoors: turquoise sky, green grass, and sunshine yellow. I chose a strong, modern font with a little bit of quirkiness. The bright graphics and bold font choice imply trust and stability, but nothing is too serious looking, since I wanted to stress the importance of play.Â
We’re still working on some other elements, including a report card for pets and a website, so check back in a few weeks.Pin It
Here’s another end of summer, faded beach green inspired color palette. My favorite, can’t you tell? This one is a photo my son snapped in the Charleston Harbor. I love the distressed, faded cement grays and sea green colors … with a teeny tiny pop of yellow.Pin It