Posts Tagged ‘Branding and Logo Design’

In Progress

October 3, 2012

Exciting new things happening on Spring Street in Charleston. We captured a few in progress shots of a branding project we are working on for a new venue opening soon. The building is in process of renovation and in the meantime wanted to get the word out. The client wanted to keep the history of the building intact and also tease what was to come. Read the rest of this entry »

Client: Cannon Green

The Gilded Lobster

July 27, 2012

We have had the pleasure of collaborating on several projects with Deanna Amorello in the past and are excited to share the finished product for Deanna’s latest venture, The Gilded Lobster. The Gilded Lobster is a creative studio offering a variety of services in steadfast devotion to her design philosophy, celebrating classic style with a pinch of glam. Some of the services Deanna will be providing include; creative art direction, interior consultation, event coordination and custom gift giving. And, with a name like The Gilded Lobster, our inspiration was endless. Read the rest of this entry »

Client: The Gilded Lobster

Seed House Stationers

May 23, 2012

Shauna and Stephen are the husband and wife team behind¬†Something’s Hiding in Here, Forage Haberdashery and now Seed House Stationers. Seed House was born out of the idea that their handmade tokens of affection could be the seeds of correspondences for others. We were thrilled to work with them on the branding for this exciting new stationery company. Read the rest of this entry »

Client: Seed House Stationers


April 25, 2012

Mariela Perez-Ralston is an amazing baker. We’ve had the pleasure of taste testing many of her, her Grandmother’s, and her Great-grandmother’s recipes and are always left extremely satisfied and wanting more! Mariela, who is originally from Puerto Rico,¬†came to us to design a logo for her inspired baked goods. We designed the logo for Dulcella to be reflective of her heritage, her attention to detail and her general love of baking for others. Our favorite part of the logo is the simplified illustration of a guava, an ingredient found often in her sweet treats. Yum!

Client: Dulcella

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