Edmund’s Oast Menu System

April 15, 2014

We created a menu system using reclaimed wooden backers and a family of white and warm toned papers. We designed the paper templates with pre-printed shells and a template system so that the menus would be flexible and easy to update by the folks at Edmund’s Oast on a daily basis. View the other projects we’ve worked on with Edmund’s Oast (naming, branding and website).

Client: Edmund's Oast

Job Opening – Project Coordinator

March 28, 2014

JOB DESCRIPTION: Detail oriented and highly motivated – Prior agency experience is a plus – A firm grasp of emerging marketing and social media trends – Oversee execution for a number of projects simultaneously – Must be a multi-tasker – Manage day to day relationships with assigned clients and act as a primary point of contact – Manage timelines through the life of a project – Effectively communicate client needs to design team – Help keep team on task and up-to-speed on timeline/budgets – Work with team to provide strategic solutions from ideation through to the creative process – Create and translate a production schedule – Superb written and oral presentation – Enjoys working in a collaborative environment – Self motivator

DAY-TO-DAYManage Project scope, budgets and time estimation for designated clients – Create estimates and follow up with clients – Work with bookkeeper to track invoices and payment status – Client relationship and detailed follow up – Office organization

THE DETAILS: Health Benefits – Retirement Plan – 3 weeks paid vacation/sick days – Must live or be willing to relocated to the Charleston area 

Client: Job Opening

A New Look

March 21, 2014

Along with a new website and blog, we’ve recently updated our stationery package. Gold foil, letterpress, green edging and tiny details are the elements that define our new look. We are currently infusing the new look into our office. We’ve changed the door to green and covered our store front windows with tiny gold “x’s” .

Client: Stitch Design Co.

Lazy Q’s Cajun Seasoning

March 11, 2014

We are have had a good ol’ time creating the logo, support illustration and copy writing for Lazy Q’s Cajun Seasoning. A fool proof – all in one seasoning – it’s perfect for all things fried and boiled. We are working on the final stages of packaging, this texas family recipe will soon be available to all.

Client: Lazy Q's Cajun Seasoning

Produce Candles

March 3, 2014

We’re excited to share this new packaging for Produce Candles. Sweet, earthy, spicy, crisp… each element is seasonally represented in these hand-cultivated candles made with natural soy wax and premium cotton wicks. The candles are housed in silkscreened canning jars with patterns representing each scent. Applied on top of each jar is a front and back label printed two color and then embossed for that extra touch. The toppers are printed, laser die cut and then embossed. Each topper is secured with a custom colored rubber band (similar to those you see everyday in the produce section and farmers market). These clean, fresh candles bring the best of the farm stand into the home.

Client: Produce Candles


February 21, 2014

Edmund’s Oast is now open and the new site we designed and developed for them is now online! We kept the site primarily black and white with subtle details of red. We created illustrations throughout the site to convey the personality of the restaurant and the experience. Visit the full site here. See the naming and branding we did for them here.

A Better Batch

February 12, 2014

Coming soon to you are the most delicious ready-to-bake vegan treats. A Better Batch is the name we came up with for this brand new husband and wife baking team. It is a pleasure helping Hanes and Sarah Swingle brand their new company. And, of course, testing out their amazing treats along the way made our job that much easier!

Client: A Better Batch

Astoria to Zion

February 6, 2014

We had such a great time designing the cover of Astoria to Zion: 26 Stories of Risk and Abondon from Ecotone’s First Decade. The publisher, Lookout Books, approached us to design the cover of this anthology of short stories from some of Ecotone‘s most vital work from the past decade. It was a fun design challenge to represent 14 authors and stories all on one cover. We used icons to illustrate elements from each story and simple type to connect each of them together.

Client: Lookout Books

Legends 25

February 4, 2014

Legend’s Magazine, Volume 25 is out. Full of beautiful photography and thoughtful writing, we think this issue is the best one yet. It is such a pleasure to work with Hailey Wist to put this piece together. We are already looking forward to Volume 26.

Client: Kiawah Island Development Partners

Way Way Allen

January 27, 2014

We’re excited to share this comprehensive project just completed for Way Way Allen. Way Way is talented artist who draws inspiration from the natural world and vivid hues of her surroundings. She works from small natural details to create her large abstracts that magnify and celebrate the common pattern. We designed her logo, stationery package and website to compliment her work — seeking to capture the modern and  organic quality of each of her pieces.

Client: Way Way Allen