New work for Wildhive, a company who specializes in agriculture, food and lifestyle marketing.
Posts Tagged ‘Branding’
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
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
November 5, 2015
Kindred Skincare Co. is a new organic skin care line specializing in oil cleansing. Frances got started by creating her own skin care for family and friends. These roots in family was the center of our name generation. Building off the simple nature of the product, we developed the branding to be clean and natural in aesthetic while using (family) crest imagery to tie it all together.
Client: Frances Thrasher
September 15, 2015
New work for The Market, a new bespoke butchery and boutique gourmet shop located in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia.
Client: Mohammed Al Hindas
September 8, 2015
New brand development to share for Everyday Industries, a digital product design studio who partners with startups and established companies to create thoughtfully designed digital experiences for web and mobile applications. We took a bold, cleaver approach to typography complimented by a mark/symbol that works together or independent of the logotype. The goal was to create a symbol with modernity, style and personality that is every changing; it can take on a range of styles and reflect an array of textures, colors and personalities. The final solution is smart, approachable and memorable.
In addition to the physical, we worked with Thomas and Allison to develop their company messaging:
“We’re bringing delightful back. Everyday Industries is a full-service digital design studio that’s creating intuitive, approachable apps and digital products for some truly great startups and established companies. We’re problem-solvers and solution-finders, and we aim to partner with the best companies in the industry—every day.”
Client: Thomas and Allison Sall
September 1, 2015
It’s always a pleasure to design for a client whose work is beautiful and inspiring. Hawthorn Flower Studio is owned by floral designer Melanie Tom. Melanie creates lush, nature-inspired arrangements that feature unusual pairings of local, seasonal material.
July 2, 2015
The Necessary Things is a spirited décor store. Classic illustrations coupled with a playful interpretation and organization of those elements make this a memorable image. We can’t wait to shop all the necessary things Julie will curate.
Client: Julie Garman
June 23, 2015
So excited to share new work for Gnome Café, a vegan restaurant in downtown Charleston set to open this fall. With such an inspiring name, the graphics are endless! Looking forward to sharing more gnome goodness soon.
Client: Sara York Grimshaw
June 9, 2015
We’re excited to be working with pit master John Lewis on his upcoming restaurant in Charleston, Lewis Barbecue. John has been dubbed the “badass brisket boy” so needless to say so far it’s been “badass”. Excited to share more work on this project set to open late 2015.
Client: John Lewis