New logo and mark for Bulls Bay Outfitters, an new performance apparel company.
Archive for the ‘Branding’ Category
March 31, 2016
New work for Pout, a beauty emporium in Columbia, South Carolina stocked with the most sought-after skincare and cosmetic lines.
March 8, 2016
New work for Mixson Bath & Racquet Club’s upcoming first ever Member-Guest Weekend.
February 23, 2016
Hoarder’s Heir is made up of the dynamic prop duo Kenneth Hyatt and Justin Schram. They bring a rich, collected and unique aesthetic to their work. It was so inspiring to bring their approach to life in the new brand we created for them. With a wide range of illustrations, the execution of the brand is endless.
February 3, 2016
New work for Wildhive, a company who specializes in agriculture, food and lifestyle marketing.
January 5, 2016
A logo update and brand refresh for the talented interior designers Olaskey & Sinsteden. In addition to the brand refresh, we just completed a portfolio site which features their stunning interiors.
Client: Catherine Olasky and Maximilian Sinsteden
December 10, 2015
We’ve had the pleasure of rebranding one of our favorite southern food companies, Edwards Virginia Smokehouse. A company rooted in tradition, we sought to bring the brand and logo elements back to their original roots.
History: Founded in 1926 by S. Wallace Edwards, Sr. – the business was started by selling dry-cured ham sandwiches to hungry passengers on the Jamestown-Scotland Ferry. Passed down generation to generation, the curing process is a mix of science and learned skill. A family-run business, fathers, sons, daughters, cousins, aunts, uncles and more have contributed to the success of the business. Follow along the Edwards Virginia Smokehouse history as they expand their product lines, transform their curing process to what it is today and keep the tradition going.
Client: Edwards Virginia Ham
December 3, 2015
Smithey Ironware is pre-seasoned, pure cast iron with a smooth satin-like non-stick surface. Inspired by iconic pieces from the late 1800s and early 1900’s this new cast iron cookware utilizes modern manufacturing techniques to enhance its performance. Designed and manufactured in the U.S., these skillets are sure to be an heirloom piece for generations. Classic construction and content of the logo are paired with a modern illustration style to reflect the design aesthetic of this handsome cookware.
Photography by: Peter Frank Edwards
Client: Isaac Morton
November 17, 2015
New work for a boutique self-publishing house out of Chapel Hill North Carolina. The goal was to rebrand Chapel Hill Press to visually reflect their passion for preserving the time-honored techniques and traditions of publishing.
Client: Chapel Hill Press